Ekaette, a young woman whose circumstances forced her parents to give her up for marriage at a young age of 17 to a complete stranger who was ten years older than her, and lived in the United States of America. Upon joining her husband in the U.S., She would soon realize that she had been tricked to leave behind the only life that she knew, despite her circumstances to a life full of misery, pain and agony. Nothing that she could ever imagine. She wept uncontrollably for two months straight begging to return back to her Hometown of Nigeria in West Africa. Her husband was everything, but loving, caring and affectionate. She had no money and certainly no one to lean on. She wept, questioning her fate in life. Four years into the marriage, Ekaette’s life of slavery had become unbearable. At age 22, she was a single mother with two children struggling alone in a foreign country. Ekaette eventually remarried and had two more children. Life was good for a while, then took a turn for the ultimate worse with her second husband. She divorced him after what she calls 20 years of entrapment.
Ekaette continues to attract men with similar character traits as she obsesses over being a married woman in order to have a father figure in her children’s lives. The tales of this married, single woman continues as she hurts for herself, and mostly for her children. Did she give up on marriage? And how could she have survived all that she endured and yet remained Unbroken?