A gripping and emotional story of two young lovebirds, Kenny and Kemi, who allow their emotions get the better of them despite the warning signs and plunge headlong into a union whose incompatibility is written in their very genes. Their sin was loving, and the punishment is rife. Old sins come home to roost as their forbidden love; Ade, a decent lovable sickle cell sufferer. And Edward, their delinquent son who turns out a rebel and leaves a trail of destruction, intensely hating his brother's health status.
In this tale, Anthony Chukwudi Chukwu weaves a rich tapestry that depicts action, consequence, and the pain that comes to both the people living with Sickle Cell Anaemia and the ones they love. The story is a rollercoaster of emotions with a clear message on the need for responsible parenthood and an advocacy to end the stigmatization of those with the disorder.