Love from Mecca to Medina

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Love from Mecca to Medina

Love from Mecca to Medina

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When there was no answer, that sensation in her stomach began, the one that felt like she was getting pinched with mega-big hands from the inside.

Most obviously, perhaps, this book portrays a loving, passionate, sometimes cheesy, sometimes happily-ever-aftery halal romantic relationship and, perhaps more than ever, this is very important for young Muslims dealing with the wilderness of modern Western romantic relationships that otherwise bombards them. I'm editing to add my actual review but I'm leaving my original message up since I think it's still important for readers to note. But it just goes to show that a lot of drama can be avoided if Muslim men and women who aren't mahrams are not unnecessarily "friendly" with each other. this is a book that /needs/ to be read, it's a book with so much love, and understanding, and forgiveness, and what it means to be a muslim in essence. I was quite surprised by my greater empathy with Zayneb since I definitely felt more in tune with Adam than Zayneb in Love from A to Z.But the trip is nothing like what they expect, from the appearance of Adam’s former love interest in their traveling group to the anxiety gripping Zayneb when she’s supposed to be “spiritual. Zayneb hides that she is unhoused (living on someone's couch) and dealing with serious accusations of corruption in her role with her MSA.

He set the laptop on a side table and leaned farther back into the pink chair, almost sinking into it.

The descriptions were so beautiful and detailed that I could both picture the Kabah and the Haram and its surroundings as well as feel the emotions the characters were feeling. Moreover, Zaynab and Adam's struggle in their relationship worried me so much ngl but, after reading a few chapters they all went away. Can love survive without open honesty, focus on what one does have and unconditional support of the other in the very moments which are testing enough? But as they travel with the group of people and meet Sarina who happens to be someone Adam was interested in before Zayneb which makes things difficult.

Like for example, Adam reflected on the ayahs about the stars and bees because he's so introspective and always awed by nature, and Zayneb reflected on the speech of Jafar ibn Abi Talib, who was so eloquent and brave and advocated for justice.But the trip is nothing like what they expect, from the appearance of Adam's former love interest in their traveling group to the anxiety gripping Zayneb when she's supposed to be "spiritual. from now on, i will be rating books based on whether or not a cat pov is included in them 🤭 also sasun? It shows that in each problem that they face, there will be a way to ease it, and it will make them more closer and stronger as a couple, which made me just smile CAUSE PLEASE ADAM IS THE CUTEST AND THEM TOGETHERRRRRRRRR HALAL COUPLE THINGS MAKES ME HAPPY OKAY. What people mean by the word “mecca” is a place where lots of people, thousands, millions (maybe even billions as well [maybe in the future]) gather for a certain thing. The conclusion was also PERFECTION (which is a major reason why I didn't rate this book lower lol) - both Adam and Zayneb go through a lot of growth, and it's just such a happy feels-good ending.

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