Sahar will never be able to love nasrin in the body she wants to be loved in without risking their lives, but is saving their love worth sacrificing her true self? Algonquin Young Readers. So they carry on in secret until Nasrin's parents suddenly announce that they've arranged for her marriage. They've shared stolen kisses and romantic promises.
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