Lotanna
PabPub — Phoenix Award Books Publications
PabPub
Lotanna by Maracci

Lotanna

Lotanna
2.59 (23.3 | 29.13)

Raised by a father that thinks it's best to train a man, like a man—what ever that means—and a mum that let's the father do as he pleases. Lotanna takes solace in his Aunty Mary. He res...
Maracci

rating type Prose
reads 172 shelfed 23
words 29.13k chapters 16
series Null
Raised by a father that thinks it's best to train a man, like a man—what ever that means—and a mum that let's the father do as he pleases. Lotanna takes solace in his Aunty Mary.

He respects her, he loves her, she loves him too, maybe in a bit of an unpleasant way.

Amidst all life throws at him, lotanna has to be a man, just li...Read more

Books by Maracci | 4

Memory Lane Memory Lane
Maracci
Letters To My Past Letters To My Past
Maracci
The Art Of My Pen And Paper The Art Of My Pen And Paper
Marraci

monetization_on
Buy
share
Share
favorite
Support

you have to to write comments.

Similar Books for You

Accepting His Miasma
Accepting His Miasma
General | 3 | 22.45k Ws
Battlefront returnee, Nosa Okunbor is faced with remembering the actions and choices he made. Greatly suffering from shame and ...
O.C. Mannie
JagaJaga
JagaJaga
General | 3 | 24.03k Ws
What happens when you've planned this perfect Christmas and never knew a new piece would have to be added? What happens when t...
O.C. Mannie
Underwater
Underwater
General | 3 | 45.07k Ws
"Hello, my name is Ife and I'm a kleptomaniac." "Hello, Ife." **** Book One in the "Where Life ...
OG Dara
To Kill Like Santa
To Kill Like Santa
General | 3 | 28.77k Ws
You woke up in a mysterious place, heaven for all you care, but you didn't hear any angelic voices singing praise. You would wo...
Emeribe Osinachi
Goldfish Bowl
Goldfish Bowl
General | 3 | 52.76k Ws
The last thing Alisha ever expected to do the summer before heading to university was volunteering at a juvenile prison, and to...
L. A. Ziak
When My Sorrow Was Born
When My Sorrow Was Born
General | 3 | 11.5k Ws
Have you ever been filled with sorrow so much that you have forgotten how to cry? She was betrayed by the one she loved most...
I.R. Adams
Get App