Coming September 2019
An American businesswoman tries to make her mark in Saudi Arabia, despite intolerance and her husband's fears.
Joanna Dunhill and Everett Dana
have been partners for ten years--in business and in love--when one of the only women in government in the Middle East invites their firm to design a children's museum in Riyadh. Jo sees a chance
to finally get recognized in the design world, and help Saudi girls along the way, while her husband is skeptical. He would rather remain in his workshop, fashioning gadgets, than deal with a
vigorously policed society. But he follows her lead. The process of bidding on the job throws their home office into chaos and challenges long-held assumptions about the value of their work--and
marriage. If they get the job, can their partnership survive the strain?
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