• Romantic Suspense

    Romantic Suspense (8)

  • The Ones We Find (Pre-Order)

    Age Range: 15+ years
    Available from 11th October, 2023
    Something Happened Last Night…
    Five years ago, a chance meeting with Femi Uzoechi changed Marilyn’s life. Except for the part she keeps under lock and key in her house of cards. The line between her past and the one she wanted was long drawn in the sand. But all that changed on the eve of her wedding.
    When an urgent call drags Marilyn to work on her day off, a cryptic conversation with Femi leaves her with unanswered questions. ‘Something happened last night,’ he says.
    Hours later, Femi is dead.
    An accident? Suicide? Murder? The police see no foul play. Neither does Femi’s TV-famous widow. But Marilyn can’t shake off those haunting words. As she digs up the graves of Femi’s past in pursuit of the truth, the cracks in her own life begin to surface, threatening to send everything she’s built crumbling down. Every thread she unravels takes her a step closer to the scattered pieces of the girl she left behind, a crossroads she can no longer evade, and a killer with nothing to lose.

  • Rose and the Burma Sky

    A gripping and intimate historical novel of a black soldier’s experience in the Second World War – a rare and moving tale of love and sacrifice.

    One war, one soldier, one enduring love

    1939: In a village in south-east Nigeria on the brink of the Second World War, young Obi watches from a mango tree as a colonial army jeep speeds by, filled with soldiers laughing and shouting, their buttons shining in the sun. To Obi, their promise of a smart uniform and regular wages is hard to resist, especially as he has his sweetheart Rose to impress and a family to support.

    Years later, when Rose falls pregnant to another man, his heart is shattered. As the Burma Campaign mounts, and Obi is shipped out to fight, he is haunted by the mystery of Rose’s lover. When his identity comes to light, Obi’s devastation leads to a tragic chain of unexpected events.

    In Rose and the Burma Sky, Rosanna Amaka weaves together the realities of war, the pain of first love and how following your heart might not always be the best course of action. Its gritty boy’s-eye view brings a spare and impassioned intensity, charging it with universal resonance and power.

  • Wake Me When I’m Gone

    Everyone says that Ese is the most beautiful woman in the region, but a fool. A young widow, she lives in a village, where the crops grow tall and the people are ruled over by a Chief on a white horse. She married for love, but now her husband is dead, leaving her with nothing but a market stall and a young son to feed.

    When the Chief knocks on Ese’s door demanding that she marry again, as the laws of the land dictate she must, Ese is a fool once more. There is a high price for breaking the law, and an even greater cost for breaking the heart of a Chief. Ese will face the wrath of gods and men in the fight to preserve her heart, to keep her son and to right centuries of wrongs. She will change the lives of many on the road to freedom, and she will face the greatest pain a mother ever can.

    Wake Me When I’m Gone is a story of curses broken, and lives remade, of great tragedy and incredible rebirth. In this, his second novel, Nigerian writer Odafe Atogun unfolds a world rich with tradition and folklore, a world filled with incredible people of remarkable strength, a world that is changing fast.

  • The Cabal

    Bako Thomas lives a solitary life, a calm centre in an increasingly unstable world. The City outside his apartment is sliding towards a dystopia as a fuel crisis holds citizens to ransom. He is down to his final chance with Avé, his girlfriend of two years, and his relationships with his neighbours, The Law, Gebu and Mimi is fraught with anxiety and tension. When a tragedy forces him to go on the run, he soon finds himself being roped into the murky world of politics and corruption he thought he had left behind for good.

    The Cabal

  • Chasing Waterfalls

    He loves her, but doesn’t know it yet. She loves him, but is too afraid to speak up… Especially with another woman in the picture and another man’s heart on the line. So they go Chasing Waterfalls, and hope they get to catch it.

    The love triangle between two best friends and their mutual friend becomes a tangled web none of them can free themselves from. Who gets the guy in the end?

  • The Smooth Illusion

    Age: 18+

    Set in the city of Accra , a young, beautiful and sensual woman is discharged from a hospital where she was brought in unconscious with blunt force trauma to her head. Alone and penniless on the streets of Accra, she resorts to selling herself to men, oblivious to the fact that dangerous people are out looking for her.

    Illustrations available in Black and White

  • A Time to Part

    Age Range: 13+ years

    The Ayi Kwei Armah Novel 1st Prize” Award Winner, GAW Awards 2018 
    She’s chasing shadows, running from the past. He’ll be there to catch her when she falls.
    Seven years ago, Jasmine left everything she knew behind. Her mother was dead, her father was terminally ill, and she had broken Hagan, the only man who ever loved her. It was the perfect time to start over. Except she never left any of it behind. When an echo from the past and the search for a killer pull her back into the chaos, she’ll have to decide if letting go is too high a price to pay for her life.
    This is a story of second chances, of love that survives the worst, and the fight to hold on to the light, in the face of darkness.

    A Time to Part

  • Secrets of Scandals

    It is not every day that one is transported into the social settings of 100 years ago. Add the intrigues of illicit affairs within inner family circles and one has in hand a historical high-society thriller that hooks the reader from page one. Set in the British colony of the Gold Coast, the novel drips with nostalgia and is richly flavoured with African customs of the Ga tradition.

    In the world of this fast-paced book, patriarchs run the family like a corporate. At the heart of affairs is how the professions and indigenous businesses tapped into colonial connections. Secrets of Scandals is an expedition into the genesis of how the nation’s movers and shakers built their national fortunes and brokered their private shame.

  • Victims of Hope

    She grows up in a village in Ghana. Efia questions the things around her but she must learn to live with the rich but rigid culture.
    When she boards the flight to pursue a law degree at Harvard, little does she know what shocking punches life will throw at her in Boston. She returns home armed with a Law Degree, only to realize there is so much more to life in Africa, than her “book knowledge”.

    Efia falls for Big Joe. He is a great lover but he comes with great trouble. Is he also dating the only daughter of one of the wealthiest men in Ghana, the ruthless Alhaji Yusif?  Alas, Efia is already pregnant.

    Alhaji is not one to forgive… He does not.

    Ansah, Efia’s brother steps in with a plan. His sister does not deserve this.

    The yam that will burn, will burn boiled or roasted.

    Victims of Hope

  • Let’s Talk About Sex

    You are reading the blurb to help you make up your mind whether you should buy this book or not. Well, let me help you; buying this book may be one of the best investments you ever made.

    Let’s Talk About Sex is about sex and much more. If you read this book with years of marriage behind you, you would wish you had read it earlier. If you read it before marrying, you will save yourself and your partner years of frustration and disgust.

  • Beauty and the Beast

    A Tale as Old as Time…

    Belle wants more out of life than the small provincial town of Villeneuve can offer. There she stands out from the crowd with her unique point of view, her strong-willed independence, and her love of books. She longs for travel and adventure, for a life as exciting as the stories she reads.

    But when Belle’s beloved father is taken prisoner by a beast in an enchanted castle, her path is forever changed. Risking her freedom and her future, she takes her father’s place secretly vowing to escape. But as she learns more about the Beast and his mysterious castle, Belle realizes there may be more to his story– and her own– than she ever could have imagined.

  • 49 Ways to Get Rid of The Other Woman Without Getting Caught

    49 Ways to Get Rid of The Other Woman Without Getting Caught is a book that deals with the major issue of infidelity in marriage. The book explores the subject through the lens of a wife, seeking to oust the other woman, an intruder, who is threatening her territory. In the pages, Amaka Chika-Mbonu presents a 49-day programme of warfare, both spiritual and temporal, for all couples, to wrestle with the evil of infidelity and adultery. She uses riveting stories—loosely based on true facts garnered over fifteen years as a marital counsellor, using the enshrined word of God—to teach practical lessons. It contains a chronicle of laws, petitions, and supplications. The tone is militant, violent and aggressive, and as in regular warfare, there will be casualties. It is essentially a manual for spiritual warfare.

  • A-Files

    Nita’s (almost) perfect world has just been turned on its slightly ruffled but otherwise happy head. Now, not only does she have to endure living with Adesuwa, the world’s most overbearing sister, she has to go to school with her as well!

    Will Nita succeed at finding a place for herself at her new school or will she be totally blotted out by Adesuwa’s (totally ridiculous) popularity?

    A-Files is the first in a series of middle-grade children’s books by Victoria Afe Inegbedion. It follows the lives of teen sisters Nita and Adesuwa as they navigate life, school and family.


  • Love Quote, Oxygen for Life

    What do you know about love? How do you picture it? Can you describe it in a sentence? Never mind ! Love Quotes provides answers,  Refresh your memory, and update your love tank. The word and action of love is what frees us of all the pain of life. Love must be painted well as the hero who holds us from falling but rather captivate us to fall for it which is the safest place to fall.
    Falling in love is the best feelings you can ever feel when you fall but sometimes unable to explain. Love Quotes will give you the words,  the ways to Express love without missing the aroma of excitement. Try Love Quotes today and see love in a new light.
  • The Secrets of Romance: Ingredients of Love – Chemistry Alert

    Well, the Secrets of Romance aims to restore life and passion for marriage and relationships which are failing or floundering. It’s a book that reminds and helps you, to see that, it’s alright to be yourself; feel comfortable and safe in the arms of your sexual partner. The Secret of Romance guides readers on how to update their sexual fantasies. This book is more than just a guidebook for standard lovers and dating partners. The Secrets of Romance will arouse your thinking into intimacy. It is also a powerful and profound treasury of Wisdom.

    The Secrets of Romance is deep, unique and ultimately beneficial for all relationships. It helps better your understanding and awareness of romance and related matters. This book will surely turn you on, to seek romance and love in the right order.

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