By Francis Agamah PROLOGUE
Love is a wonderful and an exciting experience. It summarizes the sweet sensation a person feels for another person they are emotionally and physically attracted to.
Among all human emotions, none sparks so much controversy and interest than love. Until you meet that special person you may never know the extent to which love could have a tremendous effect on your life. Cupid the god of love does not discriminate in shooting his arrows of love.
When the heart is captured in the web of love, it has no respect for age, social status or boundaries, or tribe because it has its own rules and regulations which most often contravene societal norms and culture.
The arrows could hit the right person from a tribe hated by others on the basis of stereotypes. This prejudice often leads to conflict between the lover and the hater who FORBIDS such LOVE
Abena fell in love with Fafa, an academic genius in the university, though she was aware of her Father’s strong hatred for Ewe men. Her friend’s betrayal of her trust led to series of events that have mortal consequences. In any case, these mortal consequences were not limited to only the perpetrators. It extended even to the victims.
Why not read the story and find out what really happened to Fafa and Abena’s Love?