The story and all characters involved in this novel are imaginary through and through.
Marine Sugi is an imaginary love story of a wonderfully attractive, Rwandan young widow together with her different lovers in 2000. When Marine Sugi is about to marry one of them, the ghost of her dead fine husband appears to her and tells her, “To marry your present lover is to betray me.”
Indeed, unknown to the young lady, the lover Marine Sugi is about to marry is partly responsible for her dead husband’s assassination and her dead father-in-law’s assassination.
When the lover unexpectedly discovers that Marine Sugi was Peace Uwirwanda’s wife, he gets her jailed. Guided by the ghost of her dead husband and helped by friends, Marine Sugi gets out of jail and gets his lover sentenced to life imprisonment.
To her great satisfaction, she unexpectedly marries the lover she appreciates most and gives birth to a wonderful baby nine months after her marriage.
Throughout the novel, Marine Sugi’s past sexual experiences and her debts constantly affect her thoughts, her decisions and her actions.
Her three inner voices in her mind constantly intervene to discuss her haunting conflicts, to advise her how to react, or to make comments on what she is watching or what she is doing. They make comments when she is dancing; they make comments when she is making love.
EDITORIAL: When we first saw this story we knew it was not something we have tried to offer before but this is a beautiful story and we decided to create a new libray in its honour - Erotic Romance - for there is nothing hard, dominating or nasty in this story yet it is a story that we found captivating in many ways.