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Tuscan Lovers Trilogy Book 2

Abandoned at the age of three, Hortensia is raised by three peasants to serve the greater good of others. As Hortensia matures, losing her naivety and innocence, she realises her role in the game plan and fears for her unborn son. Her intention to provide her son with a secure future fails. She breaks her one promise – she gives him up. In return, she gains a girl who she raises as her own. When life starts to go as planned, her son’s biological father, a past lover and a man desperate to make her his lover, threatens all she has striven for. To save her children, herself and the valley’s livelihood, Hortensia must make the biggest sacrifice of all.

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Written by and author who lives where she writes, with great authority. Jump on board and enjoy the ride!

Madge Walls, author

This Messy Mobile Life – a Book for Everyone

“This book is an incredibly extensive account of personal and theoretical content that helps families acknowledge and share the many strengths associated with their complicated international lifestyle. I love that Mariam gives us this term ‘mola’ to talk about all that it entails, and this book really is for EVERYONE with countless examples that will allow everyone to ‘see themselves’ in what’s written. The insights and the reflection activities will be welcomed by parents who are looking for ways they can support their kids in the midst of relocation. Mariam has positioned herself right there amongst some of the top experts in the field with this work.” 

Kate Berger, MSc, child psychologist and founder of The Expat Kids Club

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Living Elsewhere – Now on Kindle

Because a life overseas can be tough and, well, sometimes you just have to laugh.

“Hilariously relatable and sentimental cartoons that will pull at your heartstrings by invoking laughter and emotional connectedness; perfect for anyone who knows the challenges of expat living.”

Alison Cavatore, Founder of Global Living Magazine

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