Seven Daughters and Seven Sons by Barbara CohenIn an ancient Arab nation, one woman dares to be different. Buran cannot—Buran will not—sit quietly at home and wait to be married to the man her father chooses. Determined to use her skills and earn a fortune, she instead disguises herself as a boy and travels by camel caravan to a distant city. There, she maintains her masculine disguise and establishes a successful business. The citys crown prince comes often to her shop, and soon Buran finds herself falling in love. But if she reveals to Mahmud that she is a woman, she will lose everything she has worked for.
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My hands were shaking, but I clasped them so tightly no one could see that. I made my voice strong and firm. Send me to one of the cities along the coast. Those seaports are full of sailors. And merchants come, on caravan, just as eager to buy. My uncle will be as nothing compared to you.
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Oh goodness, is this Reading Report overdue. Ah well, better late than never, right? One of the most surprising things about this book, considering how sad the premise is, was that it was easy to get engrossed in the story behind the sadness. It was interesting on a legal, moral, emotional and very human level. I cared deeply about the characters, even when they were being totally annoying or foolish. It felt like a play that came alive in my car as I drove, which was really helpful considering I was on the road for over twelve hours.