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Amour fou - Die Braut meines Mannes
Margitta lives in Germany. She was 50 years old when the story took place, her husband then was about 30 years old. She was married twice before that and had a son of 20 at that time.
The husband and her met in Germany, fell in love (plus he needed a visa) and got married for a total of 15 years. At about half into that marriage he proposed the idea of bringing a second wife from his home Algeria to Germany. He wanted to have children of his own while Margitta could not have children anymore. He brought the second wife to Germany despite Margitta's opposition. They quickly started to hate each other and that second wife made life pretty stressful. They seperated, the second wife meanwhile gave birth to a few children, and not surprisingly they got divorced later.
This book is about that whole story, insights into western/arabic relationships, Margitta's feelings and troubles.
Translated by Google from German to English:
Title: Amour fou - My husband's wife
Subtitle: A true marital drama between orient and oxident
When heaven and hell began ...
The story of an ominous taboo of love. In the middle of Germany.
A passionate love connects the German Greta with the Algerian Bedouin Najib. With him, she believes she has found great happiness - until one day she expresses the desire for a second wife.
Greta initially defended herself massively, but then the disguised Beduin Najdia emerged and her idyll was seriously threatened. The rival shows openly her lust for power and desires Greta's husband for herself!
Love, hate, and despair lie close together and sore ...
Margitta Rauer portrays, exciting and up-to-date, her true and oppressive experiences. The detailed and unflattered description of her feelings captivates the readers.
Women between 30 and 60, most likely with similar background or interest in western/arabic relationships.
Update: A reference to the arabic background (both husband and second wife are from Algeria) could be helpful for readers.