A Love For Leah

A Love For Leah

by Anita Davis


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"The way she carried herself reminded me of a butterfly caught in a glass jar." "A butterfly?" Her father inquired. "Yes a butterfly...The captive of a jar... The butterfly's only flaw was falling victim to a human's deceit." Leah was a young lady that for most of her life knew that people favored her younger sister over her. Rochelle, her sister, is the picture of beauty, and has always had things pretty easy. Even as a child she received special treatment from teachers, neighbors, the kids at school, and even their father. As Leah, who is treated poorly because of her unconventional looks, finds herself in many unfavorable situations. Until, a certain turn of events places this young woman who has been in the rear, to the front. Leah learns a very invaluable lesson when something that she didn't expect to happen does. An encounter with a stranger sets the course and changes her entire life. Read more to discover life though Leah's eyes. Author Bio Anita Davis was born and raised on Chicago's south side. She received her B.A. from Chicago State University. After many years of working for the public library, she began displaying her own skills as a writer of stage plays, short novels, and as a poet. She is the author of Fumble her 2009 debut novel. As a writer she carefully crafts each story giving the reader an adventure through the eyes of the characters.

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ISBN-13: 9781478752523
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 12/29/2015
Pages: 126
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.30(d)

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