"I don't feel anything towards you. You're kind of like my brother." She says, making faces again.
Well, if being called a brother by someone you like doesn't sting then what does?
"We aren't siblings. We're married. I've given you enough time to accept that." I try to put some sense into her.
She shakes her head.
"I can't ever accept it."
"Too bad. I'm going to make you mine no matter what."
Maria comes from a big, rich, happy family. But like all other families, hers isn't perfect either. They criticise her for wearing Islamic clothing and practising Islam.
But through every difficulty her faith doesn't waver and she remains firm no matter how broken she is on the inside.
When her long gone cousin, Emad, returns home from abroad.
Her life slowly breaks apart.
For their grandfather wishes for them to be wed.
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