Book Reviews: Yolanda The Enchantress by Liberty Dendron / L. A. Johnson Jr.categories: Book, Africa’S Colonial Past, Romance, Action & Adventure, Kenya, Jungle Story, Slavery, Hate, White Supremacy, Mystery
Liberty Dendronabout this book: “Yolanda The Enchantress” Is about the settling of the African wilderness in its simplest form; it is also a love story, one man trying to decide between two women, a young Zulu girl and a beautiful widow, settling the Congo with her brothers.
Dominique de Salvo a soldier in the Portuguese army is forced to capture a young African girl. Yolanda had lived with her Zulu relative all her life. Dominique is determines to take her to her relatives - if he can find them. However, Dominique also has another problem.
Fiercely independent, Yolanda swore no man would conquer her proud Zulu spirit.
A twist of fate carried Yolanda to a cave on the Zambezi River. There she found herself helpless, at the mercy of the most arrogant man she had ever met. Nothing but complete submission would satisfy him, and he knew the most unpleasant ways to make her surrender. As time passed, Yolanda found herself falling in love with him, but he wanted nothing to do with her. Yolanda is a dramatic, hair-raising adventure with extraordinary people.
This story is set in Africa’s colonial past, Yolanda The Enchantress is full of romance, drama, and humor. Vivid, expertly crafted characters make this novel more than memorable—and unforgettable.
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Yolanda The EnchantressThis moving and unforgettable novel, tells a timely, harrowing, and heartbreaking story of love and betrayal, the transcendent power of life, and the ultimate price of oppression. This is a riveting story so well written that you won't be able to turn off your bedside lamp until you read the last page. [by Doris Smith]
Yolanda the Enchantress
a comment by Liberty DendronYolanda The Enchantress. Is about the settling of the African wilderness in its simplest form; it's also a love story, one man trying to decide between two women, a willful young girl who was Zulu and a beautiful widow, settling the Congo with her brothers.
Dominique de Salvo is a soldier in the Portuguese army. He is forced to capture a young African girl, and learns that she is half Spanish. Yolanda had lived with her Zulu relative all her life. Dominique is determines to take her to her Spanish relatives - if he can find them. However, Dominique also has another problem.
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