The last book in the Sons of Ishmael series: Redeemed Through Love.
All books are standalones but to have the full Danjuma experience, it is advisable to read all books. To help with that, the first book A SCOOP OF LOVE is FREE on Kindle Unlimited and the other books have been discounted.
“The multiplying of the redeemed is the magnifying of the Redeemer.”
Redeemed Through Love starts 6 months after Kamal’s(Mended With Love) twins are born. In the book, we get to know more about Halima Danjuma. Remember she’s the baby step sister of the Danjuma brothers. She was raised Muslim while her brothers were raised Christian. What were the odds that she’d fall in love with a Christian.
Ekene is her brother’s best friend and lawyer of Danjuma Group. In this tale, Halima is on a quest for the truth. The truth however is wrapped up in a forbidden love. One she’s tempted to explore but when the consequences come will she wish she hadn’t disturbed the tide?
Here’s an excerpt from A Scoop Of Love where Ekene & Halima first met.
Hours later, Ekene turned his car into the gated community where Halima lived. Soon, both friends walked up to the front door, rang the doorbell and waited.
Rasheed was taken aback when Halima, dressed in a simple cut red dress with white polka dots, opened the door. She looked different without her hijab on. In fact, this was the first time he was seeing her auburn flowing hair. His kid sister was quite a beautiful young woman.
“Good afternoon, brother,” his sister said. Her tone was low.
“Hi. This is my friend Kene. Kene this is my kid sis, Halima.”
“Hi.” Ekene stretched out his hand and Halima placed hers in it. He gave her his charismatic smile and if Rasheed didn’t know any better, he’d think that Halima had just been captivated by Ekene’s charm. Her eyes had a hint of admiration in them. The handshake seemed to last a moment too long. Rasheed cleared his throat and Ekene let go of her hand.
A strange overprotective feeling came over him. She looked so vulnerable, giving him another reason to dislike that fact that she was in Lagos all by herself. She opened the door to usher them in.
“I’m afraid I have to leave, but it was nice meeting you,” Ekene said. “Call me later, man.”
“Nice meeting you, too,” Halima said, and walked into the house.
Copyright 2014 Unoma Nwankwor
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