by Rasba Deys
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Her voice was like a nightingale’s song; she would play in the grass and her mother would put on her head a crown made of roses when she was a child. Tania’s mother told her that she was like a princess and that she would live like one when she becomes a fully grown woman. Tania thought that her dream of meeting her prince was close from being a reality when she met Rais, a handsome villager who enchanted her with his nobility. Yet, it seemed that Tania’s dream broke into shattered pieces like a transparent thin mirror. It all started when the little girl grew up to see that all the women in her village suffer domestic violence and mostly forced to get married at a very young age. Tania was no exception and her father’s poverty obliged him to offer his only daughter as a bride to the old rich man, Seth, as a compensation for the debts he owed him. Lacking the confidence and courage, Rais had to let Tania face her fate all alone without any intervention and help until the girl lost every hope to escape and dark thoughts started to chase her? What would happen to Tania? Will Rais manage to help her out? Will their love story have a happy ending?
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