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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: PublishAmerica, Incorporated
Nma, a young Nigerian woman, comes to the United States to join her husband after several years of pain and suffering while she waited patiently in her home country for the day she’d set eyes on her lover—that magic moment that would heal the wounds of her heart. With a heart brimming with hope and the most pristine of intentions of starting a new family with the man she’d fallen in love with, her expectations come crashing down around her in a pile of deceit and tragedy. Despite her struggles, Nma will emerge a success for her resilience.Agwumezie, Fidelia is the author of 'The Plunge: The Fate of a Paragon', published 2007 under ISBN 9781424171729 and ISBN 1424171725.
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