Once Upon A Muslim
Kayla's life changed as she became Muslim, saying the simple line of Shahadah: Ash-Hadu Ann Laa Ilaaha Illa Allah, Wa Ash-Hadu Anna Muhammadan Rasool Allah. She hopes that her family and friends will accept Islam as well, but things go wrong when her Catholic mother kicks her out of the house, leaving her to live on the streets where people can abuse her.
Fortunately, Harun sees her one day, suffering in the cold, and offers to let her stay at his house, and Kayla instantly falls in love with Harun's family since they accepted her, unlike her own family.
Gradually, Kayla's love is directed to Harun. But what if Harun doesn't love her back? (Please, give me a chance for my new book and click that orange button which is inches away! I know, I sound desperate.)