'Aya - Love in Yop City' comprises the final three chapters of the 'Aya' story. 'Aya' is a lighthearted story about life in the Ivory Coast during the 1970s, a particularly thriving and wealthy time in the country's history. While the stories found in 'Aya - Love in Yop City' can maintain their familiar tone, quick pace, and joyfulness, the reader may see Aya and her friends beginning to make serious decisions about their future. When a professor tries to take advantage of Aya, her plans to become a doctor are seriously shaken, and she vows to take revenge on the lecherous man. With a little help from the tight-knit community of Yopougon though, Aya comes through these trials stronger than ever. This second volume of the complete 'Aya' might include unique appendices - recipes, guides to understanding Ivorian slang, street sketches, and concluding remarks from Marguerite Abouet explaining history and social milieu.