From Jos, Nigeria to Accra, Ghana, to cities with strange-sounding names and villages in the middle of nowhere, Grace Ecklu takes the thrills and... more
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One free ride in a Mercedes, a brooding reformed church boy, a faraway virtual friend, and a mum on steroids might just the recipe for Lucy's happily ever after. But there’s the matter of her ex and what happened before. She is not ready for any more drama and that is why in this love story you get to decide how it ends for Lucy. These are a couple of unsolicited reviews from the author's exclusive subscriber list where Lucy's Moment was first published. "In a world of 'fairy tales', this book does an amazing job of serving the impossible and the important alongside wit and humour." "...a feel good read. WONDERFUL. One I needed to read and to give me some hope." "I'm really enjoying Lucy's Moment. It's well written and easy to read. Love the different perspectives. I squeeze in reading time time whenever I can and this story tempts me to squeeze in more time but life keeps happening."
Even though giving second chances is what God does best, Lesley Hyde knows she is going to lose. A child her family doesn’t know exists. A job where the man she once loved is boss. True love. Even her life. Raised by a family that is passive at best and dysfunctional at worst, Lesley doesn’t have the luxury of making more slip ups. After she has a baby with her older cousin Kojo, playboy Kojo tires of her and things go south very quickly. Lesley high tails it, keeping love and affection at bay. Now wiser and older, she has finally found someone her heart so desperately desires. Roger is gentle and caring. Everything she wants. However, sometimes the past catches up with you… Kojo is back and he wants everything- Lesley and his son. He is rich and already married but that doesn’t stop him. Things are about to get a whole lot more complicated.
Baggage, mistakes, a dysfunctional family. A man looking for something “real”. Breaking your own rules…again. A church girl. You couldn’t call Esther anything else. But Esther has been burned by her family and some fairly important people everyone thinks can do no wrong. She knows it isn’t love she needs to move on because love is what got her into a lot of trouble in the first place. But then a stranger’s email gets in the way, and what started off as hello, gets too close for comfort. But the battle line isn’t drawn between right and wrong, and Esther will have to figure it out before she loses the fight of love. Again.