I have lived in Saudi Arabia for 30 years so was interested to see what these two women had to say. Unfortunately, it was very badly written, had not been properly edited, and had basic grammar & spelling mistakes - especially when they got to describing their holiday in Kenya. It was shocking to see that they hadn't even bothered to check the spellings of the towns they visited. There was some interesting information regarding their nursing experiences and the cases that they saw, as well as some of the awful marriage practises (very young girls being married off to much older men), and honour killings. Once they had established the facts about the restrictions they faced as single women, there was far too much time spent babbling on about the various parties & sexual exploits of the nurses, but nonetheless there was certainly a ring of truth about the transitory nature of the affairs between single nurses & married men who were in Saudi without their wives. The writers were quite derogatory about the "Brits". The book is obviously self-published as it would never have been published elsewhere, but the writers need to at least address the very basic writing errors they have made, let alone much of the mundane content.