I live on a small and mostly defunct farm in western New York, where the events of a typical day include writing and walking my dogs--items not necessarily listed in order of priority. (At least not from the dogs' point of view.)
on Sep. 16, 2011 :
This story is really fascinating and especially another love which Mere finds, makes reading it much more enjoyable. And it shows the power of love that "LOVE" does not care about religion, nationality, and so on...It existes all the time.
Also, the event of September 11 and its influences on American population are told skilfully as you portray them in the hero's life.
And "carrying a baby" can be considered as a sign of a new start in Mere's life and her future, vanishing her hopeless past days.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)