The Mis-Arrangement of Sana Saeed

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Product Details

Price
$19.99  $18.59
Publisher
Alcove Press
Publish Date
Pages
320
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.1 X 0.9 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781639105113

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About the Author

Noreen Mughees is a South Asian Muslim writer who lives in New Jersey. She works as a public servant and when she's not chasing a new plot, she loves to cook for her family and friends.

Reviews

Praise for The Mis-Arrangement of Sana Saeed
"A refreshing and hilarious rom-com . . . Uzma Jalaluddin fans will want to check this out."
--Publishers Weekly

"Mughees deftly depicts Muslim culture . . . A captivating romance."
--Library Journal

"The Mis-Arrangement of Sana Saeed is a perfectly sweet read for Jane Austen fans who love an immersive, heartwarming retelling! Noreen Mughees has a fresh and modern voice, and her take on the star-crossed childhood sweethearts turned grown-up, complicated love triangle is delightful. You'll be Team Daniel from the moment he appears on the page."
--Zoe York, New York Times bestselling author

"A beautiful heartwarming story of second chances, friendship and family bonds with all the angst and drama of the best Bollywood film. Noreen Mughees' charming debut romance is an unputdownable treat!"
--Sara Desai, author of The Singles Table

"A charming and heartwarming romance about a woman who learns to strive for what she knows is right for her. With lots of Bollywood-style drama, a meddling but well-meaning family, and an amazing support system of friends, this childhood-friends to lovers slow burn romance will have you rooting for Sana and Daniel to find their way back to each other from the moment you meet them on the page."
--Farah Heron, author of Jana Goes Wild and Accidentally Engaged

"A love triangle with family drama that will have your heart aching for the characters. This second chance is an exquisite take on second chances, and balancing the responsibilities of family and tradition, with the desires of the heart."
--Kelly Ohlert, author of To Get to the Other Side and Let's Get Quizzical