At the end of this book, you are going to understand important principles to live by while you’re dating, which not only guarantees you finding the right person for you but also you not wasting time on a relationship that has no future. Dating is important if you do it the right way you can get married to the right person, if you do it wrong you can either get married to the wrong person or you can chase the right person away. The basic concepts behind successful dating are simply, know what you’re getting into and make sure the other person knows what they’re getting into. Make sure you’re both on the same page when it comes to demands, desires, and expectations. Make sure you have established communication. Understand that it is easy to pull out from a relationship when you both haven’t become attached to each other. Consent is very powerful, and unless you are being forced to marry someone there is no piece of information that is irrelevant when it comes to deciding whom to commit. At the end of this book, you’re going to come out with a better and more understanding person. Your view of relationships, dating, and more importantly what makes a successful marriage will be changed. Anyone can be loved, that’s not the problem. The problem is while anyone can be loved, not everyone loves themselves or even wants to. There are no rules for a successful marriage, there’s just who you can commit to and whom you can't. Whom you can love and whom you can’t.
MIRACLE, after living so long in agony finally resolves to end her pain, but one wrong move would the difference between her freedom and her bondage VICTOR is woken up for the first time in fourteen years and he can't believe the villains are now the ones in charge ZOE believes that passion should be chased at all cost but when her life becomes the price to pay, she fears that this time it be might be too expensive
Reviews For FACE ME I FACE YOU “…Face Me I Face You…was one heck of a read…Ikenna Igwe’s writing style is full of effortless humour and metaphors. I also love the way he describes the characters and settings, leaving your mind with enough information to build a vivid picture of its own…the stories and characters…are hilarious and intriguing…Ikenna Igwe has found a new fan in me…If the book ever came alive as a TV series, it would be a hit. Nonstop drama…I recommend this book.” – SALLY KENNETH DADZIE, story teller, blogger, and bestselling author of 'Stranger In Lagos' & 'The Fourth Finger.' “…This book will blow you away from start to finish. It will keep your attention, make you laugh, make you angry, make you frown in wonder, and then make you sigh because you find that you can relate to the experiences.” – KARO OFOROFUO, story writer, blogger, and author of 'Write Wife.' “Face Me I Face You is an emotive literary piece that reaches out and pulls you in – right from page one. All the features of good storytelling…are remarkably presented. This is an unforgettable debut novel.” – CHIDI OKOYE, Deputy Superintendent of Police and author of 'The Investigator.' Amid a serious financial crisis, young Emeka Egwu and his family are forcefully evicted, from their pleasant, self-contained residence, by the insidious son of their late landlord – who died under mysterious circumstances. They are compelled to move into a crowded and dirty Lagos tenement building apartment, where, over a seven-year period, they experience, first-hand, the horrendous incidents that define such appalling settings. One of the tenants, Mr. Ogundele – a terrible fellow, a man well-versed in the art of juju – has it in for the newcomers. Like a few tenants, he hates them innately because they are from a different tribe. He particularly despises Emeka because the boy refuses to venerate him…as well as others he believes are too amoral for his liking. Consequently, Mr. Ogundele craftily convinces other likeminded tenants to join forces with him as he executes a series of sinister plots against Emeka. There are fierce confrontations, faceless enemies, stunning betrayals, brazen infidelities, broken promises, and violent deaths – as Emeka and his family fight to keep from being torn apart by each storm that blows their way. Inspired by true events, FACE ME I FACE YOU is a story about the perseverance of the human spirit, in the face of sheer adversity, and will thrill readers from its first page to the last.
How strong is the bond of blood that ties us together down the generations? A white artic fox. A raven. A Scottish Castle. What links these three things together? Jeremy, the titled, suave, successful entrepreneur, still carries the scars of abandonment and rejection from his birth mother. His relationships with women have been toxic and brief. The wedding of his best friend Remi Olapade gives him the once in a lifetime opportunity to visit Nigeria and the ancient sacred town of Ile-Ife. His visit takes on an unexpected twist when he meets Ebony, who invites him to The Lekki Club and sets him on a journey of sexual discovery that has nothing to do with his role of 'head groomsman' at the wedding. A two week sexual encounter that will change his life forever. But Jeremy's trip to Nigeria is not all what it seems, he is on a clandestine mission, using the wedding as a cover to get the information he needs. As he tries to unravel the myth and facts behind his family's curse. He finds some answers in the ancient town of Ile-Ife where he is confronted with the legend of the White Fox. Ebony suspects all is not what it seems with Jeremy; how did he get hold of the sacred eighth bracelet? If you enjoy sizzling sex scenes, raw emotions, African history, missing artefacts, mysteries, then this book is for you.
Something is about to spiral the Quentin children into a mysterious world of daring and adventure, and it's not just a book, for a smoldering mystery lies within the pages of this ancient scroll! One that has profound implications for the world at large if placed in the wrong hands, and harbors the secrets of an old man whose chance rescue could change a young boy's life forever. The Black Book whisks its characters away from their serene lives into the middle of an ancient dispute!
The 46 laws of sex is a simple e-book written and designed to help improve the sex lives of couples and adults across the globe. After digesting the ebook it will reveal to you simple strategies that can help you improve sex tremendously and also help satisfy your partner to the point of no return. Engaging with the principles outlined in this book, your partner will always demand for more sex, morning, afternoon and night. Statistics say over 80% of human engage in sex without knowing basic ethics and , principles, we rely on instinct and we perform what we call junk sex and most feel proud of our poor accomplishment. Statistics also say 1 in 7 divorce cases globally may be sex related.
Egedege: Always hearing the drums of the Spirits, Chimkalifa set out to find the cause and was told the king of Spirits, Egedege, had chosen her as his bride. Will she accept as a strong Christan that she is or is there something Egedege was trying to tell her? A must read for everyone.
Crown Prince Zawadi has prepared for one thing all his life—to become the next king of Bagumi Kingdom. Driven by the need to uphold the traditions and the prestigious name of the Royal House of Saene, he strives to balance culture and technology in building a better nation. Until his perfect world becomes tainted by an assassination attempt and a woman who goes against everything he believes.
A king must have a queen, even if he does not want one... Though the crown prince of the Benin Kingdom, Crown Prince Osad Edoni, is prophesied to marry a local girl, Eki Alile, he refuses to meet her. He finds the whole idea ludicrous and has already decided on a different destiny that he would do anything to see through. However, it seems fate brings them together when Osad picks Eki to be his temporary queen, a pawn in his game plan to marry his true love. Eki has no choice, and nothing left to lose. Will they ever fulfil the prophecy, or will Osad cheat fate?
A NIGERIA POLICE PROCEDURAL CRIME NOVEL WRITTEN BY A NIGERIA POLICE OFFICER. While on a leave of absence, Detective Inspector Sketch Dikko receives an unexpected, and rather urgent, phone call from his boss: “I need you down at the division, at once. There’s been a murder…” Recently appointed as Inspector Crime, Dikko is mandated to investigate the murder and submit his findings to the State Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Panti, Lagos. Interestingly, it’s his first murder case. And it appears to be an open-and-shut one as the murder suspect – in addition to a few but irrefutable eyewitness accounts – confesses to the crime. However, there’s more to this case than meets the eye. In The Investigator, Dikko comes face to face with a twisted and cold-blooded killer – a killer who’s both innocent and guilty. Several other intriguing cases – car theft, armed robbery, motor accident, an abandoned baby, and kidnapping – are also resolved alongside the murder case. From its tense opening to its shocking climax, The Investigator is a crime novel that will hold you in its relentless grip for every twist, turn and revelation. The next novel in the series is titled: The Syndicate Affairs.