Harmony Ametsenya is too young to face the cruelties of the city. At ten years old, she shouldn’t be hungry, she shouldn’t be cold, she shouldn’t be worried about where her next meal is coming from. But it doesn’t change the fact that she is.
Fourteen-year-old Msitu Ametsenya shouldn’t be either. But it doesn’t change the fact that she will keep Harmony safe at all costs. At all costs. No matter what.
Their lives are full of fear and pain work. Because in this city, nobody cares about two impoverished orphan children trying to stay alive. Nobody cares about the impoverished at all. The city is grey, made of metal and glass and concrete. The water is grey, full of pollution. The sky is grey, full of smog.
As Christmas comes around the corner, the first Christmas since their parents died, how will Msitu make it a time of joy and hope? Because after all, in a world run by greed and apathy, hope is everything.
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When Queen Yia decides to step down from the throne, her twin nieces Greta and Val are placed as prizes in a battle. A battle of hearts. Eight male suitors, two beautiful princesses and one crown. Whoever’s heart is won first will be the new ruler, leaving their sister second in line.
What will happen though when the man they both thought was the one tricks them?
What happens when rules change and loveless marriages don’t sound so appealing?
What happens when two sisters have to put their differences aside and lead a crumbling nation?
Is there a way to recover their friendship, thrown suddenly in Reala’s lap, and how does Cimberly keep locking the door in another room with no one in it?
Anna Hamilton grew up in a small quirky town in Kent, on the coast of England. She never realized what love could really mean, until she met Ben. Suddenly, her life seems perfect. But your real troubles are always things that have never once crossed your mind . . .
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Once, people believed that there exists something of a rare ability. Something of the impossible.
But only the royalties have actually seen it. No person of an inferior position than them had the privilege of gazing upon the said miracle.
But for decades, the said miracle has gone missing. And whoever finds it would have honor never before bestowed on anyone.
But none have yet to succeed.
It cannot stand the heat of the sun. For it was one with the water. It can command any form of water, may it be the pond, the river and most especially the sea, to heal anyone who holds it if the need arises.
And in isolation, it was kept.
In cold, it survived.
And in heat, it shattered.
It was known as the 'heart of the sea'.
When Violet moves back home, she learns some soul crushing news about her sister. She also meets a friend from her past.