STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga (PRWEB) November 03, 2011
All it took was one wild night, one fall from grace that would forever alter the course of a young woman’s life. Readers can follow how her life will turn out as they get to know Romeely in a fascinating novel by Colette Maroun.
Romeely is a striking seventeen-year-old girl who never knew her mother. Still she has lived a relatively happy life until she learns something that rocks her world. When her grandmother tells her the truth about her birth, she is devastated and recklessly imbibes until she becomes so drunk, she loses consciousness. That one crazy night would change her life forever, shattering her oneiric hopes for the future and setting her on a path of misery, torment, and hatred.
Though Romeely’s life is rife with trials and tribulations, she overcomes them, embracing a destiny far greater than she had ever imagined. Readers can follow her spiritual journey and her amazing transformation as her life unfolds in the pages of Romeely.
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About the Author
Colette Badih Maroun was born in Lebanon, educated in law, married and has three beautiful kids. She was living in that country where the rules of woman were abandoned and had been associated in some entertainment business. She visited the United States several times and noticed that there is an imperative for her habitat, her country and her peaceful life. She is a very creative, unique woman, philosopher, who believes in a divine world higher than the materialistic one. She established a non-profitable corporation named the “White Carpet” with the aim of rewarding distinctive members of the social humankind.
Romeely * by Colette Badih Maroun
Publication Date: October 31, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 92 pages; 978-1-4653-8927-5
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 92 pages; 978-1-4653-8928-2
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