Title: 7 Hari Mencintaiku
Author: Siti Rosmizah
No. of pages: 1048 pages
Publisher: SR Publications
After Andai Itu TakdirNya, Cinta Kau dan Aku and Lafazkan Kalimah Cintamu, the no.1 fastest best selling author (in my opinion, anyway), Siti Rosmizah is back with her 4th novel, 7 Hari Mencintaiku.
Why do I say she is the fastest? Cos with 2 novels in the market, her 3rd novel comes out from her own publication company - SR Publications! Wow! She must be making lots. But can't deny it, for a romantic person like me, myself and I, I have to salute her! She makes the best novel ever!
And I would like to thank my 2 MALE friends, Jace - for recommending Siti Rosmizah's first novel to me and to Memen - for giving me Siti Rosmizah's first novel as a gift =P Trust me, those 2 guys have a good taste in books LOL! Now, I'm hooked to Siti Rosmizah!
Mia Adriana and Khuzairi are 2 people coming from 2 different worlds. Mia is to be considered the most hatred person in the world while Khuzairi is the most beloved person ever. Mia is spoilt, selfish and would only think about herself while Khuzairi is much loved and would sacrifice everything for those he loves. I would say Khuzairi is every woman's dream of a man (if such a man ever exists).
And what happened if these 2 different worlds collide? On her nikah's night, Mia was left by her fiance (due to money matters) and left her no choice but to marry her father's choice, Khuzairi as her dad's dying wish. With no love for her husband, Mia treated her husband in the meanest possible ways but as I said, Khuzairi would do anything for the people he loves except letting Mia go.
This is a novel that would tell you how deep a guy loves his mum, no matter it's just his stepmum and loving his wife, Mia. And how he was torn to choose between his stepmum and his wife. And how he sacrificed his money for the love to his half-brother. And how he kept his promise to his father-in-law and stepmum-in-law to honour, love and guide his wife till his dying day.
But does Mia knows what sacrifices her husband had to make to make her happy and loved? Or would the realisation comes too late when Khuzairi couldn't take it anymore?
Definitely a MUST read for both man and woman out there. It might be fictional but there are lessons worth to be learnt.