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By Pearlie Chandra Singh

"In the center of a disaster, Liz Asha Taylor flees to Maryland, hoping that her boyfriend, Rishie, could finally reunite together with her. head over heels in love with him, she has something on her brain, that is to spend the remainder of her lifestyles with him. watching for a existence jam-packed with happiness and delight that she had lengthy dreamed of, her hopes are excessive. For the 1st time in her existence, she realizes that she don't have to place up together with her nagging, controlling father, who turns out to have ruined every thing in her lifestyles. yet as though a depraved fairy had waved her magic wand and forged a harmful spell on her lifestyles, one misfortunate condition after one other begins to befall her.

Trapped by way of her errors, bitterness, and hurts, Liz unfolds the numerous struggles she undergoes in Maryland; yet whilst, she reminisces approximately her prior existence in her place of birth, Guyana, the place she had lived for greater than twelve years. For a few unexplainable cause, there seems a few form of strange connection among her previous and current. during this spellbinding novel Liz unravels the darkish secrets and techniques from her previous, a adolescence full of harsh regulations, suspicion, and disillusion.

As time is going via, in Maryland, Liz wonders if she could ever be capable to navigate via the entire awful conditions and deep soreness in her existence. may well her aunt’s phrases of “anything undesirable can flip round” truly come to go in her lifestyles? Is it attainable for her to get a moment likelihood of reuniting together with her boyfriend? And could she have the capacity to make amends along with her father and include that straightforward blameless father-daughter dating of her youth years that she ultimately longs for?"

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