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Young Bonnie Winters and her mother Noelene have left Australia to begin a new life in South Africa. Bonnie's attraction to Abraham Mogale, a black man working the...
Young Bonnie Winters and her mother Noelene have left Australia to begin a new life in South Africa. Bonnie's attraction to Abraham Mogale, a black man working the printing press at her private school, soon ignites into a passion that cannot be ignored. Despite the considerable risks, the lovers vow to be together even if it means leaving the country. However, their ultimate goal faces several challenges that will test the endurance of their spirits and their love for each other.
"Good morning, Abraham," Bonnie said loud enough to overpower the noisy printing press.
Abe sat up then looked at her, pencil between his teeth. "Good morning, Missy."
Bonnie frowned. "My name is Bonnie." Their eyes locked and wild turmoil coursed through Bonnie's veins as she noted his fine features, very white teeth that contrasted sharply against his black skin and coal-black eyes that bored into hers.
"I'm not allowed to call you by your first name," he said while he took the pencil from between his teeth and tapped it on the desk.
"It's the law, Missy. I had better continue with my work before the boss walks in and catches us talking."
"It's a stupid law. I will not have you call me, Missy. You can't be that much older than me anyway."