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Aya Daniels is a thirty-six-year-old woman at her breaking point after never recovering from the loss of the man who broke her heart several years before. She spends and eats to compensate, becoming overweight, depressed, bored, lonely, and deeply in debt. When she is invited to return to the Caribbean island of her heritage, she thinks she has been offered a lifeline. Unfortunately, she soon realizes most of her troubles have followed her to paradise.

As a result, she jumps into a marriage of convenience with Desi Franklyn, an established small businessman with a dubious past, creating additional tension in her highly dysfunctional family. Although Desi is steadfastly dedicated to their relationship, Aya craves more than material security and begins to explore her passion for writing.

On the brink of finally having all that she could ever want, Aya is conflicted by her responsibilities as a wife, her devotion to her career, and her escalating desire for the man with whom she feels an intense connection. Amid the manipulations of the Daniels family, her husband’s schemes to control her, the sneaky maid and the gossipy villagers, Aya is desperate and frustrated by not living her own authentic life.

After overcoming obstacles to find her “right” place, a devastating string of events force Aya to make the ultimate sacrifice and finally confront what she fears most.

The Wrong Way to Wright: A Caribbean Woman's Journey

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