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The Exiled Queen By Rita Michaels
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Adesuwa and Uyi are young and in love, but their relationship must remain in the dark as her parents may not approve of him as a worthy suitor. He’s a poor farmer. Uyi struggles to save up... More > some money before summoning the courage to ask for Adesuwa's hand in marriage. He gives her a stipulated date to meet her parents. As she dreamily counts down the days Uyi finally claims her from her parents, the worst happens. The king of Benin kingdom has found Adesuwa worthy of bearing him a long overdue heir. He has paid her bride price, and no one can dispute his decision...except Adesuwa herself.< Less
African Stories By Rita Michaels
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An anthology that explores humans’ experiences as they face difficulties caused either by poverty, illness, or the sheer inhumanity of others around them. African Stories include four original... More > novellas in the Literature and fiction, and historical genres. TRAFFICKED: Anna is from a poor home. It's only a matter of time before she loses her sick younger sister to a deadly illness. Without money for constant medical care, she would die.< Less
Broken By Rita Michaels
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Jessica Hanes’ life crumbles down the day her mother dies of a drug overdose. With no knowledge of a close relative, she is shuffled from one foster home to another. Her life is far from being... More > happy, or stable. She is broken to tiny pieces. She yearns for a real family and a lovely home, and warms up to her new adoptive mother’s brother, who treats her like his little sister, but she is in for a surprise when she realizes he has a plan against her. Refusing to be a victim of circumstances, she takes an aggressive action against him in self-defense. She is on the run, but where can she hide?< Less
Abused By Rita Michaels
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Twelve-year-old Mary Braga prays all the time, much more than other little girls her age. Every Sunday, before she goes to the Sunday-school class taught by her own father, she cries and begs for the... More > bad thing not to happen again. She prays that Daddy will get better, that he’ll quit hurting her in the way that makes her feel like she wants to throw up. She especially prays that her mother will figure it out and rescue her. Despite such horrific circumstances, Mary is thankful for one thing: Daddy isn’t hurting her little sister Lucy. As long as his focus is elsewhere, he won’t have a reason to…right? That’s what Mary believes, but that won’t last forever. She knows Lucy is in danger of being their father’s next abuse victim. It’s only a matter of time. When Mary’s mother dies, the web of incest and deceit unravels, and Mary’s worst nightmare comes to life.< Less