“Ribbons & Heels”

indexThe book for review is “ Ribbons and Heels” by Tarek Refaat. I would put this in the genre of romance.

Nariman, Sherine, Nahla and Iman are four good friends. Each of them bringing to the table different experiences when it comes to men. Nariman’s view of men is that they are all pigs. While her friends try to talk to her about it they can’t change her mind. Her opinion, woman lose their freedom when they get married.

This is just the tip of the iceberg as the book dives into relationships, office romance and meetings that none of the ladies could possible imagine or prepare for. The only thing they know is they can rely on their girlfriends as each branch out toward love.

I personally loved the cover of this book. It was bang in your face. I thought the book was going to be a book of short stories, which I do love, but it is not. I wish it had been for each storyline of the four ladies could have easily been done on their own. Something else, I wish the book had been longer. I picked up the book and read in one reading. I didn’t want to put it down. It was a quick and delightful read. For someone who really doesn’t read women romance novels this one worked for me. Kudos to Tarek on a job well done in doing so.

A good pickup for anyone and at the price you truly can not go wrong.

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