London (CNN)"I made my little steps ... I was trembling. Nervous. Scared..." Shams' breathless prose reads like a trashy romance novel, as she describes every tiny detail of her first meeting with her husband-to-be.
"After [a] few minutes, I flipped my Niqab. He looked at me, our eyes [caught] each other's. I had palpitation[s] faster than the speed of light.
"He smiled. And he asked a question that I shall never forget for the rest of my life. 'Can we get married today?'"
Right, it's more like a "dead ever after."But this is no stereotypical fairy tale, and there's no "happily ever after" ending...