Atlantic, N.J. (PRWEB) December 13, 2013
A gripping story full of exciting twists and shocking turns, “The Priceless Bride” by James Kumah Yao Kpetigo is the story about a child who from the womb was declared evil, abandoned after many unsuccessful attempts on his life by family, community and occults, but he became their beloved king upon an encounter with a mysterious woman who according to fortune-teller was his archenemy, but turned out to be his priceless bride. With this two friends coming from tribal family and a kingdom that is hostile to each other, was their task of uniting the divided kingdom as the precondition of their marriage successful? How about their marriage, is she an angel, a demon, or a human, the story continues.
After decades of much anticipation for a son to his throne, the great king of Orboadea was only able to produce a daughter. He was told in a vision that for an enduring expansion and unfathomable popularity of his kingdom, it shall require that Love Mawubi will be raised in Ngubia, the south eastern part of his kingdom. Love Mawubi shall rise to be one of the most beautiful on earth, but, she will not have a marriage to a prince or a king, and neither to the most handsome of gentlemen, nor the wealthiest on earth; but, instead, to a destitute.
Hope deferred makes the heart sick, and a sick heart is worse than cancer. In “The Priceless Bride,” this book talks about survival in hopeless situation, having a sense of vision, holding on to it in spite the difficulties, and maintaining a heart of love and forgiveness despite the evil attacks. No one is worthless; all things are possible if one is willing to be humble and learn, though it requires patience and sacrifice of time, yet with patience, comes prominence, and with sacrifice comes splendor.
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About the Author
James Kumahyao Kpetigo is a Ghanaian born in Accra, but hails from Adutor- Agave in the Volta Region. He is a graduate from Modern College of Science and Technology, a reverend minister by profession, and married to Gloria Nyantakyi.
My Priceless Bride* by James Kumah Yao Kpetigo
Publication Date: December 4, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 136 pages; 978-1-4836-8217-4
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