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review Between Sisters, Svp! Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB ê Aida Mubarak and her best friend Nellie Diouf Kofee have not seen each other in uite some time Their upcoming reunion is going to shed some light on Aida's life since her recent marriage So much has happened that no one in her girlfriend entourage knows or suspects Nellie learTric secrets about her friend Aida that are both sensually exciting and unsettling for an outsider with a novice experience in both Islam and love romance. Between sisters is a story based on marital relationship The story begins when two life long friends meet after many years Although they have so much to catch up and share the main focus becomes the newly married Aida and her wedded life Islamic erotic is an area rarely tapped on in Islamic fiction industry and the author of Between Sisters fills in with an expert knowledge in the area May be it's not Okay to expose erotic scenes like Author Papatia has penned or perhaps it's perfectly alright I leave it to the scholars and the well versed personalities to discuss about that area of the book To me personally I didn't find it uneasy to flip pages Whether it's islamic or not I have to credit the author for her skill to write erotic romance that could be shelved along with erotic reads by Mills and Boons Silhouettes or Harleuins Perhaps with thorough editing by a professional mind Meeting of the main couple is interesting and could be related to today's world Staying at Mussa's place before marriage is another typical scene that could be related with American Romance books and I enjoyed the way the author makes it slightly different by explaining the uran verse of Hadiths related to the occasion depicting that Muslims' lives are not different from any other except for the religious practices No matter how well the author is in her subject area creating erotic scenes I have to agree that the beginning of the book was confusing and except for pages of graphic scenes the plot isn't solid enough to make an impact on the reader May be it's just meSometimes I felt lost had to re read to get connected with the story I wondered whether it was only me or even the author was a bit confused about the characters One such place I can point out is the story about Zainab All of a sudden narrative form changes in to Aida which I believe was a typing error Yet these should be taken into consideration before getting published which is why I feel the book needs a professional eye to edit Introducing to different languages is something I love in novels But I felt too many phrases from a different languages can be distracting and here in this book I felt the book is crowded with too many languages The plot twist was unexpected and is commendable though per my view it weakens the strength of the story At first I began to think how could someone be so flexible with the idea of polygamy even if it is accepted and encouraged by Islam The way how the main character accepts those sister wives isn't agreeable it doesn't look practical But here the twist justify the author in this matter But then again because of this turning point it makes one feel blank for a moment leaving the reader with a hollow feeling that everything the reader built was on thin air Anyway I appreciate how one can be educated and learn about halal intimacy Wishing luck to the author

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S life since her recent marriage So much has happened that no one in her girlfriend entourage knows or suspects Nellie learns and discovers deep and eccen. I had the privilege of reading this book after reading the author’s most current book and I can say she has come a long way I like what she did here the bold step to break stereotypes as regards us Muslim women I will recommend it to anyone looking for a Muslim authored romantic fiction The sweet love between Mussa and Aida is indeed good entertainmentAnd oh Watch out for the shock in the end Papatia has indeed gotten better with her writingand bolder too looking forward to of her work

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Between Sisters SvpAida Mubarak and her best friend Nellie Diouf Kofee have not seen each other in uite some time Their upcoming reunion is going to shed some light on Aida'. Book Review Between Sisters SVPThe novel is about the polygamous and sexual relationship between Mussa a Russian heritage Muslim American and his four wives told through the voice of his latest wife Aida in a conversation with her best friend Nellie 'Fifty Shadish' in parts and punctuated with authentic hadith and uaranic maxims about the etiuette and rules between the sexes it's peppered throughout with French and Americanisms that are sometimes lost on other English readersWhilst the first few chapters are awkward and confusing in their aim and target audience the sex scenarios and interactions between Aida and her best friend Nellie are natural and pure joy to read At times the character addresses her Muslim Sisters but the Islamic information is whilst interesting nothing a Muslim woman wouldn't already know in my opinion What was note worthy was some of the cultural and traditional practices and beliefs particularly around the Marriage ceremony Ignoring the grammatical errors and overuse of non Islamic references which were incomprehensible to me the book is highly readable in that I finished it in two sittings and that doesn't happen often with me The only jarring thing was the coitus interuptus of some of the romantic scenes with religious ideas imparted either too soon before or after the event Perhaps both of these things could have been addressed in separate tomes one romantic novel and one educational But perhaps that was the intention of the writer to marry the two in which case she will have to work a little harder at this relationshipWhilst no clear story emerges throughout other than how they got together you do get a clear glimpse of a lively central character and the endearing love for her husband The sexual chemistry between Mussa and his sexual partners were captured in well written and detailed scenes The Islamic knowledge sounded like it was being explained to non Muslims than Muslim women and at times I felt like shouting at Aida but that could be because the reader can really connect and empathise with her The book does end with a real feel good factor and I would be interested to read how Aida and Mussa's relationship sexual and otherwise would develop in the future Definitely worth a read if you like romantic novels with graphic content and want to learn a thing or two about the Islamic principles of sex marriage and the role of the Muslim woman along the way