Memoir – She Only Danced One Saturday Night

She Only Danced One Saturday NightShe Only Danced One Saturday Night
by Adel B. Moufarrej
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-1625106124
Published: February 2013
Pages: 256
Genre: Romance, Suspense, Non-Fiction, Memoir

Adel, a Christian Lebanese American, devastated by the religious war in Lebanon and tormented by his Jehovah witness wife, Nadia, in California, got drunk and lost in the dark streets of South Central Los Angeles. He met Lisa, a Jewish blonde American, in a miraculous way. She stormed him up with love and converted his miserable life into a rainbow of happiness.

His wife caused him to go to jail.

Adel told his life story in jail to an inmate, John Webb; how his life was a valley of tears and Lisa took him to the new world which he depicted in his dreams. Many strange events occurred during their relationship concerning his wife, daughter Jane, and her son Brian.

For Adel, life and death make the first chapter of the book of life and there is no happiness without a true love. Lisa was for him a sphere and all life in rhythmic fragments moved within her. She sang with the days and dreamed with the nights. She walked on the shores of life and the wind of the ocean cannot erase her foot-prints, they will remain forever. She was a sweet thought in the mind of God before he sent her into the world through a womb of a chosen woman.

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