Love & Relationship
Beautiful singer, Destiny Okoye did not come to university to fall in love with her lecturer. But Stanley Briggs is hot, irresistible -and he wants her. A whirl wind romance leads to a proposal in the rain. But when a devastating discovery destroys her wedding, Destiny moves halfway across Nigeria with hopes of mending her broken heart. And then, charming church worker Christopher Eke comes along and proposes marriage. He seems to tick all the boxes: handsome, charming, funny. A Christian. Being with him makes Destiny forget about everything else-until he dents her jaw with a fist. Instead of the perfect family life she dreamed of having with her new husband, pregnant Destiny finds herself in trapped in a cycle of violence, pain and shattered promises. When the church and her family slam the door against her cries for help, Destiny faces a battle to survive in a modern day Nigeria where a tradition of silence shrouds domestic violence. Can she find a way out before her husband deals her a blow that could silence her and her unborn child forever?
Have you ever loved someone and didn’t even know it? That’s the dilemma facing Felix Essien when he wakes from a coma to find he is married to the most beautiful and sensual woman he’s ever known. He cannot remember her or their wedding; he who had sworn never to get married or to give his heart to another. Yet, he feels an intense bond with her that he intends to explore fully. Ebony can’t believe her good fortune when her paper husband wakes not remembering the temporary marriage arrangement with no intimacies he’d proposed, and is now the adoring husband she’s always dreamt of. She plans to make the most of the passion blossoming between them. However, would he still feel that way when he regains his memory and realises she’s been keeping secrets and their marriage is not what he thinks it is?
Jide is the The Bridemaker. He’s slept with more women than he can possibly ever remember but he falls in love with just one. The one who becomes more than he can handle.
So, if you want to know what happens in a marriage where a woman cheats on her husband with his best friend, read this. It's not just a juicy story. It runs deep. It's a collection of true stories that talks about love, hate, revenge, forgiveness, abuse, faith and yes, even incest. The Fourth Finger is a deep emotional journey into the complications of the modern day Nigerian relationship. You won't regret reading it.
Daisy leaves her life behind in America to chase a dream in Nigeria – Jide, the only man she ever truly loved but the only man who doesn’t seem to care that she exists. To further prove her love for him, she leaps at the one chance she gets to become his bride, forgetting that after the wedding comes reality. Soon, life becomes a roller coaster of loneliness, heart breaks and regrets for Daisy as she wonders if love was really worth the chance she took…
This compelling memoir explores the journey, struggles and eventual victories of a lady desperate to find love. She shares her challenges as a child from a broken home, the search for love and validation, her hunger for spiritual growth and quite vividly her quest for deliverance from a debilitating spiritual bondage. This book through its humour, down to earth conversational tone and deeply researched scriptures exposes the conquest of light over darkness as well as the liberating power of God's word. It is a must read for every single person searching for freedom, meaning and fulfillment
Gina is married to the love of her life...but after almost 20 years together, she finds herself frustrated and seeking the kind of attention she hasn't gotten from her husband, Tobenna, in years. She is desperate for romance. And then along comes Mudi...her very first love. She soon finds herself torn between the familiarity and stability of her marriage...and the passionate romance her heart has been yearning for.
When will you marry? Why are you still single? Are you sure you are not being too choosy? If they keep asking you those questions, this book might just be for you. Perhaps you have found yourself in a 'situationship' instead of a relationship, or been friend-zoned, or wondered how you could hear God clearly about your relationships? I certainly have. In this book, I share my journey as a single woman and some of the challenges I have faced as a Christian, millennial twenty-something, with practical, Godly solutions. It has humour, reality and painful realisations. I pray it helps you reflect on your own journey and ask yourself some honest questions. Tumininu Olaoshun Www.tumininu.com
An unemployed man sees a vision of the love he wants to have as he strikes up a conversation with a young lady on a packed Molue during a traffic jam. A child gets drawn into the daily goings-on of her beautiful next-door neighbours. A woman steps back into her hidden past when she meets her father for the first time and spots a torn photo. A young man realises that he can’t fine tune his romantic inclinations to suit his heritage. Naija Love Stories, set against the backdrop of a rich and vibrant Nigerian culture, will take you on a journey through the lives and loves of various characters, all grappling with different concepts of what it means to love, and to be loved. Using her lyrical style punctuated with sharp and witty undertones, Ola Awonubi deftly captures the power, poignancy, mystery, hilarity, longevity, complexity and simplicity of love – some of the many faces of love that any reader, anywhere in the world, will instantly recognise.
Muna Igwe is not searching for love when she meets the extremely wealthy and irresistable Tade Carter. Neither is he. However, theirs is an instant attraction, one that soon develops into something stronger. But how strong is their love when Muna's past comes calling?