From thoughts of suicide to humiliation and betrayal . . . . .
Hagar survives the cruel actions of her fellow law students, at one of America’s top law schools.
Hagar makes every effort to recover after losing her Muslim family and her Christian, American husband. A marriage made in hell for the purpose of money, power, and control, finally erupts in the resort town of Puerto Vallarta.
After being forced into the American cultural by her own father, who refuses to report his vast wealth to the Internal Revenue Service, Hagar is left unprotected from the cruel actions of fellow classmates who take it upon themselves to preserve the American way of life. Even after her own family wishes her dead, Hagar assimilates into the American culture and uses the betrayal and emotional pain to flourish in spite of her circumstances.