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Au­thor: Siti Ros­mizah Pub­lisher: SR Pub­li­ca­tion ISBN: 9789675822018

THE plot of this book is pretty typ­i­cal. The main char­ac­ter, Khuzairi, is a kind per­son, while the lead fe­male char­ac­ter, Mia, is a beau­ti­ful but ar­ro­gant lady, with a bad per­son­al­ity.

Mia’s fam­ily used to be rich but went bankrupt due to the ac­tions of her ex-fi­ancé. To ful­fil her fa­ther’s wishes, she mar­ries Khuzairi.

She re­sents Khuzairi for be­ing a vil­lage boy, and also holds a grudge against him for an ac­ci­dent that hap­pened years ago.

Dur­ing her time with Khuzairi’s fam­ily, she has a con­flict with his step­mother, Mak Leha. This, of course, makes Khuzairi un­com­fort­able be­cause he re­ally loves Mia and at the same time, re­spects his step­mother.

There are other prob­lems, es­pe­cially from Syakilla, Khuzairi’s ad­mirer who tries to steal him.

Things get worse when Khuzairi de­cides to leave Mia and marry some­one else. Mia then re­alises she truly loves her hus­band, and now has seven days to earn back his love.

Over­all, the sto­ry­line is draggy, but the au­thor’s writ­ing style is sim­ple and easy to read.

The main char­ac­ters are a bit too much for me; Khuzairi is too nice, and Mia’s dras­tic change to­wards the end of the story is a bit hard to swal­low. A sim­ple read, with no heavy plot twists. – Nur Amira

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