In some African cultures, when a woman gets married, she is expected to get pregnant straight away. The aunties stand outside the honeymoon suite for the updates from the groom on whether the child processing took place. But in Angela's case those relatives never had a chance to stand outside their five-star honeymoon suite in Mayfair because their entry visas to the United Kingdom were denied even after explaining in full detail to the British High Commission in Uganda their reasons for the visit. Her aunt was not to be beaten by the Brit-ish system. She sent Angela a few tips through text messages, which Angela ignored, but af-ter trying for a child for some time without success and realising that she was in danger of losing her husband James to a fertile woman, she took her auntie's remedy seriously. It's a race and she is determined to get to the finishing line, especially when James tells her she's the one with the problem...
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About the Author
Molly Gambiza met her husband just as she was preparing to return to Uganda. She knew he was the one when he travelled to Uganda to ask for her hand in marriage. Now living in the United Kingdom, the couple has been married for twenty-five years. They have two grown sons, who occasionally pop in to make sure they haven't been written into their mother's latest manuscript.
While working as a receptionist, Molly Gambiza is passionate about writing and fashion. She has published eight novels: Mistaken Identity, True Colours, A Woman's Weakness, A Daring Date, Living Her Dream, A Kiss And A Cappuuccino, A Woman's Courage and Revenge On Her Mind.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A truly powerful story illustrating the plethora of issues associated with Women and children or the ability to have them. Molly has touched on a subject that many Women find sensitive. I Love how she's carefully arranged it into a short but meaningful story.