He wants her.
She wants him.
Her parents won’t consider it.
Lisyl’s forbidden beliefs in and her love for Jehovah, prevent her from being with Yadav. He only knows the cult gods, though he is no longer enamored of them.
The two young people desire to be together, but if Lisyl’s family’s beliefs are known in the ancient city of Nod, they could lose everything and be ejected from their home.
Yadav doesn’t understand why the families are keeping them apart.
Lisyl struggles to find a way to tell him.
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