‘Birthright’ by Adenike Lucas
‘Birthright’ by Author Adenike Lucas is about Medallion, who is the great niece to Mary – a distinguished woman with a vast family fortune.
This book basically revolves around Medallion, a character who might be controversial and some people might not like the way she is, but the way Author Adenike Lucas brought her out is truly amazing.
With a total of 316 pages, ‘Birthright’ is the story of legacy. The plot is about Mary who wants to pass the family traditions of healing to Medallion, but Medallion is distracted by the torrid affair she’s having with Rodney, her husband Waymen’s work rival. Medallion is pregnant with her first child and doesn’t know if Rodney or Waymen is the father and uses the revelation as a way to keep at least one of the men by her side.
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Medallion’s married life is tumultuous, but Aunt Mary believes some time spent at the family home, Glory Hill Plantation, could be just what the young couple needs to rekindle their love and bond over their new baby. Unfortunately, time spent at Glory Hill could possibly be the end of their marriage and their family when a mysterious woman makes friends with Medallion.
In 1858, Sunta, the youngest of seven enslaved women on Glory Hill Plantation dies while giving birth to her son Elijah. Only wanting to be with her first born, Sunta waits in The White, a space between the realm of life and where the ancestor’s dwell. When the reunion she longs to have with Elijah never comes, she finds her way back to the realm of life clinging to a soul she thought belonged to her baby. Now back on Glory Hill with the child she thought she lost, Sunta makes the choice to take them back to The White where they can both rest in peace.
Published by Literati Media Group, ‘Birthright’ is a true page turner. I literally enjoyed turning this book, and I couldn’t put it down until it was all completely read.
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