Two Broken Birds
By accident of her birth, Leiana's life is completely mapped out for her. It does not help that her imposing and manipulative father, is keen to control her and use her life to fulfill his own goals. As her dedication to the life her father has planned for her wanes, she grows full of discontent and disappointment.
Leiana begins to grab hold of the reins. She dallies in decisions, samples her own strengths, and literally runs away from unwanted expectations into the arms of surprising, and unlikely, allies. Her need to consider her own fate, and make her own choices drives her to become bolder in her actions.
Rebecca Amira Ohaeri illustrates how a young woman struggling to own and sculpt her life, while balancing duty and expectation can ultimately rise to the occasion. At this crossroads, heroine Leiana must navigate the rough waters of familial obligation, noble duties, and a few very interesting young men. She does it all with a finesse and charm that solidify gallantly by the end of Two Broken Birds.
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