Chains That Bind Us
- Romance Story
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Customs and traditions, tribal differences, love, betrayal, fear, fate, destiny, disappointment are all combined in this novel.
Chidinma Bankola married Debo Bankole and after years of trying, they still are unable to produce a child. Adunni, Debo’s mother would not listen to the excuse of her son being the reason of their childlessness because of his low sperm count. Finally his sperm count increased but they are still unable to conceive.
Nelson and Eunice are couples who are ill fated for one another. Eunice used to be Chidinma’s best friend while Nelson was someone Chidinma was in love with while in the university. Eunice is pregnant and is long overdue to deliver but the baby would not come so they consulted a prophet. Eunice delivered the baby but it was still born. The prophet told them that Nelson and Eunice cannot have living children together while Chidinma can only have a child with Nelson. Will Chidinma and Nelson leave the love of their lives in their quest to have a child?