My Father's Daughter

By Akashni Maharaj

General fiction | Paperback, eBook


Romy and Arish, a South African Indian couple, lead a happy life as husband and wife, but cracks begin to appear when Arish undergoes a complete personality transformation, later revealed to be Dissociative Identity Disorder. It is only when Romy undergoes hypnotherapy to help her cope with the post-traumatic stress caused by her kidnap and rape by a human trafficking ring while a student at the Sorbonne in Paris 17 years previous that she discovers that her rapist could be Arish, her husband. Before Romy can confront her husband with what she has learnt, he flees to Paris, taking Rusha and Rusha’s cousin Arielle, with him which leads to dramatic events.



Akashni Maharaj is a psychologist who lives and practices in Durban, South Africa. She is a graduate of the University of Kwazulu Natal and the University of Zululand. Her PhD took her on a journey towards the metaphysical aspect of life and now presently in her practice; she works holistically by focusing on the interplay between the mind, body and the spirit. She facilitates a process of self-discovery within the individual towards finding their soul purpose.


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Akashni Maharaj is a psychologist who lives and practices in Durban, South Africa. She is a graduate of the University of Kwazulu Natal and the University of Zululand. Her PhD took her on a journey towards the metaphysical aspect of life and now presently in her practice; she works holistically by focusing on the interplay between the mind, body and the spirit. She facilitates a process of self-di...


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