At a dance she meets an Indian aristocrat, and after a brief courtship, they plan to marry. When they ask permission of her father, the latter sells his daughter like a lorry load of coal for £50.
Her journeys in India begin ...
In a time of huge political and social upheaval, with many disturbing riots in India, she, with the help of the British Government, returns to South Wales with her five half-caste children, in a land where there is very little immigration.
On the boat voyage over, tired and bitter about being "used," and totally suspicious of men, she meets her beloved, whom she first scolds, as she thinks he is after her eldest daughter, now a very beautiful teenager.
Their journey continues, and their experiences are many, varied, and often extreme.
It is said that fact is stranger than fiction ...
Guy Jones was always an observer of life and the many sides of humanity. He believes that out of tragedy, betrayal, and suffering, there is always a phoenix reborn out of the burning ashes. His studies in psychology/psychotherapy have given him understanding behind the often confusing ways of mankind. He believes we are governed by destiny or fate in that we have the choice to alter our own scripts as we see fit. This book follows The Journeys of Rowena Sunita Singh, and the work to follow is Omina Uvorix, an occult fantasy.
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