Land of Love and Drowning Characters

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Eeona Bradshaw

Eeona Bradshaw is one of the two main characters in "Land of Love and Drowning." When the story begins, she is a young girl who has a consensual sexual relationship with her father. Both know it's considered wrong to others, but both also enjoy it and believe it's right for them.

Eeona is someone who desperately wants to grow up. She wants to be Madame of the Villa by the Sea instead of her mother, she wants to be touted around town by her father as a Madame, and she wants to be independent, save for her father. To express this, Eeona is resentful of Anette, as she keeps Owen Arthur occupied when Antoinette is pregnant with her, and then keeps Eeona from being a free woman after her parents die.

Eeona's beauty is both a blessing and a curse for her. It is a blessing because...

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