Tami Okoro Dedeh was born in London, but spent her teens in Nigeria where she attended secondary school before returning to her birth country. A... more

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That Girl

that girl

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A short story. With a love like theirs, not even a prejudiced society could stop Nkeoma and her loving fiancé. Until Francis' mother came between them, shattering their world when they least expected. Nkeoma ever trust again, especially when the mother-in-law from hell resurfaces years later?...

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Liberation

liberation

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5
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Libby has finally become a successful woman in her own right after a divorce from her domineering husband, but a chance encounter with an old foe proves she truly has the last laugh....

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Bitter Perceptions

bitter perceptions

968 reads
4.55
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Everything changes the night Doris is raped. Rumours quickly spread, and the once-popular girl on campus is disgraced. Forced to keep quiet about her ordeal, Doris suffers in silence, and her once-perfect life gradually falls to tatters. Why her? ⠀ Why is Jide determined to destroy Doris after their heated confrontation at the campus Millennium party? The slouthful ne'er-do-well from the wrong side of the tracks detests the Medicine student/part-time model with every fibre of his being, and relishes his newfound jubilation after the deed is done, but actions have consequences. Past mistakes are about to catch up with him, but that's just the beginning. How does Doris hold up after her dehumanising experience? Will tragedy eventually blossom into victory, or does inner turmoil consume her forever? And does Jide eventually show remorse, or does he escape scot free? Tami Okoro Dedeh's second edition of her debut novel is a gripping story of ambition, jealousy, and betrayal....

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The Other Woman's Wedding

the other woman's wedding

1K reads
4.25
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A short story. Obiageli's wedding day finally arrives after fifteen long years of wishing and waiting. Her one true desire is to say "I do" in the dress she's long envisioned, but while the regal gown appears perfect, her reluctant prince is anything but charming......

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