She was a real African woman. She was tall and slender and generally encompassed a well-shaped body structure. Her name was Lela. Lela could not bear children. The thought of not having a child and the desire to have one really troubled her. Having a child would add indwelling delight to her soul. A child was of great value to her. She cared less what she would do to get it. Her unending quest for a child of her womb only managed to bring her unbearable misery, unthinkable affliction and broken love. Based on a true story, one woman's quest chronicles the happenings not strange to contemporary society. This is a story of both intrigue and misery. It is a must read!