not enough
By Ronke Adesina

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“If it will make you feel better, Teni, if George were to turn to gold and given to me by the president of the United States of America, I would not have him. He’s not my taste,” shouted Tarami. Teniola was enraged. She sprang up from the bed, went for Tarami and gave her two slaps. “Are you saying I have no taste? Who do you think you are? You come in here, snatching other people’s boyfriends and…” Teniola couldn’t continue as their eldest sister came in and closed her mouth with her hand. “It’s enough, Teni. Just leave her alone. The slut.” “It is not enough!” Tarami said, incensed. “What’s going on here? First, I’m not Teniola’s sister, second, I snatch everyone’s mother, and now I’m a slut!” She went for Teniola. “You have to unscramble your statements.” Years later… “Tarami, please, marry me.” “Damilola, must we get married to be together?” “How else does one do it?”she shrugged. “We can just live together.” Damilola shook his head vehemently. “Not where I come from,” he moved to her. “I won’t dishonour you by living with you without a legal back up. Tara, you deserve more than that. My love, what are you afraid of?” If Tarami was not Teniola’s sister, who was she? What was Tarami afraid of? Did she deserve the love and honour of Damilola, the man with a difference? Where did God come in? Find out. Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to to report it

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