Book: True Colours by Molly Gambizacategories: Book, Good Education, Aunt, Slaverly, Domestic Violence, Lovers, Friends, Freedom, True Love, Romance, Mother-in-Law, Forgiveness, Child Abuse
Molly Gambizaabout this book: Most African families like to have a lot of children without any plan whatsoever on how to take care of them. A helping hand from rich relatives is a blessing, the reason why Elsa and Jonathan didn't hesitate to hand over their beloved child to Patricia when she offered to take care of her little niece Hilda, offering her good education and a better life. But the Aunt had other plans for her little niece ...
True colours was not difficult to create at all, some Aunts can be very cruel. I had friends even relatives who had bad experiences just like Hilda. I wanted my readers to learn that not everyone who smiles at you is a friend and that what goes round certainly does come round. So be kind to everybody on your way up, because you will surely meet them should you fall.
Hilda was only seven years old when she was uprooted from her family and forced to live with her aunt who had no clue about child care. The poor girl was never given a chance to be a child, she became an adult too soon, leading a cruel life. Hilda had no-one to turn to for help, she had no means of contacting her parents to let them know that they had made a mistake. She wanted her family back but there was no way out. Out of desperation, Hilda turned to her aunt's lover for help…….
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