She's immediately thrown into the spotlight of being a rock star's girlfriend and all that lifestyle entails. Her father is not happy with their relationship because he fears it will take her off course. Defying her father, she moves to Luke's hometown for a chance to get to know him better, only to find out when she gets there that she doesn't fit the mold of what those closest to Luke would like to see him with.
Through a whirlwind of dramatic circumstances, she's forced back home with her parents and is separated from the love of her life. Will divine destiny unfold in their lives when there seems to be no hope?
Dr. Ngozi M. Obi is an emerging author whose love for writing has evolved into three published novels to date. Loves Destiny, her debut novel, is an intriguing tale of love lost and found. Her second novel, When Dreams and Visions Collide, is an uplifting tale of fulfilling dreams despite arduous challenges. Her third novel, Loves Legacy, continues the quest of true love in a riveting sequel to her first novel. Dr. Obis novels are creatively imagined from lifes organic flow and aim to inspire adults of all ages. She currently resides in the State of Virginia where she practices as a Pharmacist. In her spare time, when shes not busy writing books, she enjoys travelling, frequent spa escapes, shopping and reading. Visit www.ladyofdestiny.com for more information on Dr. Obi and her novels.
You can only keep what you can protect.
That’s all I’ve ever known. It’s the way I’ve lived my life.
Now, everything I never knew I needed is at risk, and I’m not letting anyone take it from me.
I won’t let anyone take her from me.
They say love is a battlefield, so I’m ready for war.
This time, it’s the fight for forever.
The Fight for Forever is the final book in the Legend Trilogy and should be read after The Fall of Legend, book one and House of Scarlett, book two of the utterly addictive Legend Trilogy.
Knowing the history of a people helps one to understand them, giving rise to compassion rather than condemnation or alienation. This is also true for a peoples posterity to ensure negative history never repeats itself. Though the lands rising sun is currently dimmed along its horizon, it will never be utterly extinguished and allowed to completely set because of the voices of those still crying out from it.
Read on to discover the indigene experience of wartime Biafra through the eyes of a young nurse, chronicled in a historical fiction tribute.