By Jacqui Rose
It doesn't matter what she did, he could regularly be there, correct at the back of her. She may perhaps by no means escape’
Laila is 16 years outdated and gorgeous, style and smart; features prone to get her into hassle and make humans dislike her …
She doesn’t make her existence any more straightforward while she falls in love with an English boy, bringing disgrace on her family members and attracting the eye of a few very harmful males. those males are continuously looking at her and may cease at not anything to get issues performed their way.
Soon there’s a poor ‘accident’ and Laila is compelled to make a take care of the satan. And pay a really heavy expense for breaking the foundations. Laila has been pressured to marry a merciless, controlling guy by way of the folk who're purported to love her the main. with no someone to aid her, she has to discover her personal means out…
Full of robust ladies and compelling twists, Dishonour is an addictive learn excellent for lovers of Jessie Keane and Martina Cole.
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Laila span around to run, yet below a meter away stood her uncle, disdainful and indignant. Terror took over and he or she took an involuntary step in the direction of the glass railing overlooking the drop to the busy flooring ground thirty ft less than, the place humans milled approximately in retailers and drank espresso within the overheated airport. She pressed her physique opposed to the barrier, clinging onto it and status on tiptoes as she did so. may possibly she do it? If she jumped it’d all be over. She wouldn’t need to visit Pakistan. Wouldn’t need to marry a guy she didn’t comprehend. All her worry would depart in a single rapid stream. taking a look over the barrier, she advised herself to do it as she felt her legs trembling. Her uncle walked slowly in the direction of her, conversing with quiet risk. ‘Don’t be foolish Laila; simply come the following, nobody desires to make a scene. now not right here. no longer now. ’ ‘Please uncle, simply allow me move domestic. ’ Laila’s voice sounded childlike as she struggled to carry again the tears. ‘That’s precisely what you're doing. Going domestic. ’ She became to Tariq, determined for him to aid her, yet seeing her uncle take one other step in the direction of her made Laila shy away, her cognizance again on her uncle, hoping she might entice him. ‘Just allow me end college, like Daddy sought after me to, and afterwards, I … I promise uncle, I’ll do whatever you assert. ’ ‘We’ve been over this Laila. The existence you had is done. Your new existence can be along with your husband. responsibility. Honour. Now come clear of the balcony Laila, you’ll have humans staring. ’ Laila didn’t circulation. From at the back of her uncle she observed huge protection guards having a look over, involved puzzlement on their faces. Tariq spoke to her now, his jaw clenched in pressure, desperately short of his sister to forestall inflicting herself extra difficulty. ‘Laila, there’s nowhere so you might move. Please. the easiest factor you are able to do is to make it effortless on your self. In time you’ll get use to it. someday you are going to come to like him. So please come right here. Please. ’ Mahmood interjected, pushing Tariq out of how, annoyed by means of his tender tone. ‘We either understand you’re unlikely to leap Laila, so cease this nonsense and are available right here now. As your uncle, I’m ordering you to. ’ He positioned out his hand for Laila to take, yet she simply checked out it, not able to take it, understanding if she did it can in simple terms damage her instead of support her. She grew to become her head and seemed down on the drop under back, her center racing. ‘Is every little thing very well leave out? ’ the protection protect from past spoke as he walked in the direction of Laila. From the expression on his face it was once transparent he didn’t comprehend what to make of the scene. Her in her burka clinging onto the railing as though it have been her lifestyles raft along with her brother and uncle on each side, their fingers stretched open, taking a look as though they have been herding up a stray sheep. Tariq spoke to the defend, no longer taking his eyes off Laila. ‘Everything’s high quality. ’ ‘I used to be chatting with the girl. ’ ‘Well I’m speaking to you, and I’m telling you every thing is ok. ’ Laila watched the safety safeguard. His blouse, a minimum of a dimension too small clung to him, and perspiration sat like indignant typhoon clouds round his armpits and throughout his sticking out belly.