Suitable for JHS students and children between 12 and 15 years
Bakoma: Abandoned in a cave as a baby with obscure origins but found by some women. Bakoma grows from a nobody in the palace of Nton, with the kind of beauty kings and princes would die for. She falls in love the heir apparent to the throne, Prince Gyakari, a man she couldn’t have. This was a taboo and yet she couldn’t help herself. Prince Gyakari: Heir apparent to the Nton throne, tall, handsome, a proven warrior and backed by an immense wealth. He is determined to have Bakoma as his wife even through tradition forbids him to marry a commoner. His inheritance is at stake and though his head warns him to desist, his heart would not let him go. Will these two star crossed lovers ever overcome the obstacle of tradition and be together?₵25.00
Serwah — tall, elegant, strong-willed and having the kind of beauty which inspire songs — uses wisdom to win her prince. Owusu – handsome and the heartthrob of every girl, a breaker of hearts, finally meets his match in Serwah, whom he desperately seeks to conquer. Can the love of two strong-willed royals survive the upheavals of true love?
The novel is full of remarkable insights into some cultural practices including naming ceremonies, betrothals, marriages, funerals, and the installation of chiefs in Ghana.
Sequel to the Lost Princess.
They say that the path of true love never did run smoothly. Prince Gyakari and Princess Batoma’s relationship has entered a fiery phase where their love and loyalties are tested. As with true love, other combatants are always involved. Prince Darkwa of Mrem will try everything he has to separate these two lovers and he has a partner in Princess Afrakoma, who would stop at nothing to do the same. Can their love survive the wicked machinations of this deadly duo? Will another combatant from Gyakari’s own royal house, Prince Bonsu, who was willing to eliminate him, succeed in turning the tables on Gyakari in order to win Batoma’s love?₵25.00