Daughter of Honor by Pearsa Williams

Daughter of Honor

byPearsa Williams

Kobo ebook | June 1, 2016

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 Portia Williams 7203 Daughter of Honor is a novel based on true events. It delves deep into the sacred world of the Gypsy culture. It is the story of an oppressed American Gypsy girl. During her quest for freedom, this brave girl endured the harsh branding that came with her estrangement from the family, being blacklisted and labeled Mareme`.  ANNA, the lead character, is the love child of a scandalous affair between a US Supreme Court Chief Justice and a Gypsy Psychic, struggling with her title and role as a SHAY BARI (unmarried virgin daughter of great honor) within the high ranking Romani family. Trapped in a web of her own scandal with a powerful U.S. Senator, ANNA finds herself ostracized. ANNA must discover who to trust and how to escape and navigate the sacred Gypsy Laws, stringent rules, and highly controversial customs, of the Gypsy order. While the Nation’s First Ladies scandalous link to a Rom, (Gypsy) Psychic – see how there are manipulations and secrets, possessions and protections in both. In-fact, people would be surprised how involved Gypsy fortune tellers have been behind the scenes in American politics. Many of the presidents, judges and senators you know would never have risen to power without the secret consulting of psychics, who've been instrumental in guiding their actions. But tonight, family politics take center stage, and Anna doesn't want the pressure it will surely bring. . . According to the family’s traditions, Anna should be married already, but she is determined to continue fighting to achieve her dreams. Tonight, she will be forced to do battle.

Title:Daughter of HonorFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 1, 2016Publisher:Page Publishing, Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1681392453

ISBN - 13:9781681392455

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