Nothing Is Predictable
Zara is a vibrant, funny, resilient American born woman struggling with a traumatic past. At the age of eight years old, her father, in a drunken rampage, accidentally shoots himself dead, leaving her to battle through her life carrying the responsibility of fatherly duties.
She is torn between the memory of his benevolence and the drunken, violent, incoherent alcoholic she viewed as a ‘monster’ the last time she saw him.
With his death begins Zara’s long journey of haunted nightmares of her father and life struggles, along with exhausting failed relationships and self-discovery in search to find peace and happiness, until one day, Zara discovers some disturbing news.
Adalina Mae takes us on a journey through the States, Lebanon, and Europe, interspersed with sad, heartbreaking moments as well as hilarious escapades with various gorgeous men, particularly her “Swiss God”, Livio from Switzerland.
This is life and nothing is predictable. Adalina Mae ends the story with a mystery to solve:
Why does Zara have recurrent nightmares of her last night with her father?
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