Ana Maria Marin Oquendo Maria Marin Oquendo de Lata, Uttarakhand , India
I think this is the one I have...hm gotta check my self to make sure.
A good story with some food for thought about relationships: growing, forgiving, learning to 'see'.. Also about growing up (young girls) an about women issues.. with an attempt to see them from a male perspective, or a male learning to 'understand' women. All that aside, a good story. Sometimes the writing seemed a bit niave but once in I did not want to put the book down. A pass-along from a good friend - good book for a holiday. I read it at home in the metro. Never noticed the time pass.