Najae never had to be the apple of her father's eye. All she ever wanted was for her father to look at her and speak to her without first consulting his wife. She wanted to no longer be placed under that same category of "disposable" that he placed her mother. After all, Najae came from him. Her mother was just the docile creature who let him leave her at the altar while she was still pregnant. Was Najae so wrong for wanting her father to love her despite his indifference toward her mother? Willing to accept that she would never be on as high a plane as her step-mother, acceptance from her father was the only thing Najae sought.
When her step-mother's jealousy drives her to do something that crosses the line, Najae hopes she'll finally be able to get some of the attention from her father she desires. Her mother is pretty much fed up with being treated like the "other woman" and loses interest in parenting. In the meantime Najae doesn't mind looking for love in all the wrong places so long as the result is finding someone to care about her. Through her journey some painful revelations are made. Her soul cries out for one person to take the time to notice who she is. Will anyone ever love Najae, or will the pain of continuous rejection drive her insane?
"Love, Najae" will be available on Kindle for $0.99 January 1, 2012.