The vallies and the high lands of the Zoza kingdom cover’s an extensive chunk of the African earth. The rights of every person in the kingdom are respected but for one situation.
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King Zoza’s wishes are the laws that govern the land and his cruelty is a warning for all those that want to go against his wishes.
Bruce Zoza uses the opportunity as the king of the entire kingdom to exchange the young men and women in the land for material riches.
The few Red-Indies that were trading in humans did not wait until they reach America but they started harassing the ladies that were among them right away.
Among all the wives Zoza had, he had only one daughter. She was believed to be the goddess of the village because of her incredible looks.
Most Red-Indians tend to change their minds about the beauty of African women when they meet her.
She was the consoler of the Kings wrath and the fulfillment and the final wish of the kings wish.
Her looks were uncomfortably attractive to Brensh Neuf. Neuf was her father’s best customer because he offered a lot more in return for the slaves than any other Red Indian.
The king lunches a “sure to fail” battle against Brensh Neuf who escapes with his lone daughter.
Neuf cannot enslave the beauty of his iris but are his people going to accept a black woman for him as a wife?