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HOW I MET MY FUTURE HUSBAND

I noticed him as soon as I stepped into the room. It was as though he was the only one in the room even though it contained more than twenty people. It was my friend, Dumebi’s brother’s birthday celebration. And… Continue Reading →

BEYOND THE ODDS

He loved to see her happy. His heart always warmed with joy when he saw her smile  without restrictions. It had not always been like that because she hadn’t always had it easy. The odds definitely were not in her… Continue Reading →

WHY GIRLS LOVE BAD BOYS: TDH

Susan couldn’t believe her ears. This could not possibly be happening. If anybody had told her that she and Martha would ever fight over a guy, she definitely would have argued. No, now that she thought of it, she would… Continue Reading →

WHY GIRLS PREFER BAD BOYS: LOOKS OF GOOD BOYS

The weather seemed bright and the chirping of the birds on the trees was as though in response to the song playing in her heart. Lara knew she was smiling sheepishly even as she strolled towards the park. She had… Continue Reading →

UNDESIRABLE BUT AVAILABLE

Joan stared at her phone in disdain and horror. Her face contorted in a serious frown with her veins sticking out fiercely. Her chest heaved as she struggled to breathe, trying to calm down. She was beyond steamed and even… Continue Reading →

CREATED FOR MORE

Taking umbrage, Eddy stared at Clara with furious eyes. “How dare you!” he shouted. “How dare you read my chats? It’s my phone, not yours. Don’t you know the meaning of privacy?” Chagrined, Clara regarded her boyfriend. Although she was… Continue Reading →

GOD IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Anike went over the conversation again as she headed towards Ikeja mall where she was meeting Siju. She couldn’t believe nor did she understand any of it. Amira wasn’t in her league at all, she was better than that girl… Continue Reading →

WRONG BUT RIGHT?: CHAPTER NINE

Later that night, Esther Badejo couldn’t sleep. Her mind kept replaying the events of the day. She decided it was a good day, after all. And it was also necessary; they had all needed it, even if they had been… Continue Reading →

WRONG BUT RIGHT?: CHAPTER EIGHT

CHAPTER 8 Tunmise stepped into her room and took it in. This was her part of the house, she thought. She was so attached to this room she had decorated her place in Ibadan similarly. But who could blame her?… Continue Reading →

WRONG BUT RIGHT?: CHAPTER SEVEN

Tunmise drove into the compound as Baba Kasali let her in. She was glad to see Baba Kasali and the way he waved at her as she drove in indicated the feeling was mutual. While Audu, the other gateman was… Continue Reading →

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