"May your father's children know no love true as mine" dooms the Pituxa and Petersen clans until the last of their lines learns how to break this curse cast by the Samburu slave, Aisha.
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About the Author
I began writing fiction in 1986. My first nonfiction story, "My Semester at Sea," won inclusion at The Preservation Foundation's contest website storyhouse.org. The second, "Chops for the Blues" can be found at Yahoo in the ADHD_Storm_Watch Newsletter, Issue 53 (a free membership is required to read this). My present works in progress are listed at The Express Page under scherazadeonline. I also have a Bachelor's Degree in English from California State University, Bakersfield.