On the eve of Mr. Fabrice's wedding to Miss Angel, Miss Asunder threatens him with sexual harassment charges unless he has an affair with her.
Author: Tchinda Fabrice Mbuna
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Category: Literary Collections
Despite the Pains, Mistakes, and Sorrows, I can still see the American dream with my Foresight burning like a candle light in the dak?, I can still believe the dream with my Insight, that someday, by our Far-Sight and Faith, we shall fulfill our vision of having One Nation Under God, A Nation of Love, Equality and Liberty, but ahead of this dream, lies a sacrifice to make, a sacrifice of Holiness and Righteousness Unto God' Mr. Fabrice, a Cameroonian immigrant, poet, playwright, and dramatist, has just arrived in America, a nation that has witnessed the feminist movement, Civil Right activists, and reforms. He has to stay with his one-time peer, Miss Beatrice, who picks him at the airport. Mr. Fabrice becomes legendary in the media as an African-American writer. He discovers how his one-time best friend Miss Beatrice has been changed by the feminist culture in America. His life turns tragic when his friend - under the pressure and lust for money - wants him to marry her best friend, Miss Asunder, who was born in America. Instead, Mr. Fabrice falls in love with a Cameroonian immigrant, Miss Angel. His life is rocked when Miss Asunder uses feminist laws and her status as a native-born American to fight his engagement to Miss Angel. On the eve of Mr. Fabrice's wedding to Miss Angel, Miss Asunder threatens him with sexual harassment charges unless he has an affair with her.