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Reviews of books a like and an in depth look at the characters of my books.

You asked, I delivered. #Africa My #Ebooks Now Available

Happy Friday!  I have especially exciting news for my African readers. You can now read my e books on your phones and tablets. How? Well after getting numerous request from potential readers, I’ve finally been able to team up with the fantastic team at #OkadaBooks to make this happen.

Okada Books affords you the flexibility to have access to several books, including mine with just the click of a button. In the matter of minutes, with SMS credit you are able to download and get thrust into the minds of some very talented authors.

Here is how it works

  1. Are in Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya or South Africa? If yes, continue to step 2
  2. Go the Google store and download the OkadaBooks App It’s FREE
  3. Select your book Tip: Search by the name of my books. Or Scroll for my individualized tab at the top.
  4. Pay. All my books are less than N 1,000
  5. Start Reading…. its that simple.

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Blessings

Unoma

Sneak Peak #TheFinalUltimatum

Hey there!

The Final Ultimatum is almost ready! It’s will the proof reader and will go live Oct 21.

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Here is a small snippet:

Nma, so where’s this husband you keep saying you have?” Abayomi heard the man say as he approached.

Olanma giggled and then abruptly stopped. Abayomi knew that in that moment she sensed his presence. She turned sideways, but the man she was with was so busy checking her out that he didn’t see Abayomi walk up.

“If he’s not taking care of…”

“I hear you’re looking for me and I take care of my wife just fine.” Abayomi came to a halt between Olanma and the man.

The look of shock on both their faces was satisfying. Nma? He couldn’t believe she allowed another man to call her that. Not even her father called her “beauty.” Only two people had that privilege – he and her grandmother. Or so he thought.

Abayomi snaked his arm around his wife’s waist and kissed her hair. He then stretched out his other hand to the man. “Abayomi Rice, said husband.”

The expression on the man’s face switched from shock to embarrassment. At least he had some shame.

After a few moments, he heard his wife say, “Yomi, this is Emeka Maduka, an old friend.”

Old friend? That’s what she thought. The man wanted her. Abayomi wasn’t fooled. He wrote the book on old friends. It was time to cut this little reunion short. “It was nice meeting you. I’ll take my wife now.”

Abayomi didn’t wait for a response before he ushered Olanma out of the ballroom. He found a secluded area where they could talk. He stared at her and began to pace. He had never been good at hiding his possessive nature.

“Yomi, that was rude and what are you doing here?” Olanma asked in a hushed whisper.

“Apparently, reminding you that you’re still my wife.”

She stared at him in disbelief. “No, I’m not doing this with you.”

“Really? Nma,” Abayomi said, his tone laced with irritation and sarcasm.

“You’ve got some nerve. You pop into Lagos two days ago, and then you don’t come home…” Her voice was shaky with rage. “I’m not doing this with you. Not here.” She began to walk away.

Abayomi exhaled. He was messing this up. “Olanma, wait.”

She stopped, but didn’t turn around.

“I’m sorry. I saw him touch you and then you laughed with him. I haven’t heard that sound in ages and I saw red.”

He hadn’t meant to reveal all that, but masked feelings were what had brought them to this point. If there was going to be a chance for them, they would have to lay down the masks. And since he was the one that was served with divorce papers, he had to take the first step. His prayer was that his vulnerability would lead them back to the intimacy they once shared. Where their souls were tied as one and hopefully rebuild their trust. He hoped she would see that.

Olanma walked back to him and stared at him intently. “It’s been a year. What did you expect? That I’d curl up and die?” She turned and walked away.

Her heated eyes showed him her soul. She was hurt, but so was he. This wasn’t what he imagined for them. Past the pain and anger he saw in her eyes, he also saw longing and love. It was clearer to him that restoring his marriage would be an uphill battle. Losing, however, wasn’t an option.

Copyright Unoma Nwankwor 2016

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Blessings

Unoma

Friday GoodReads :The Final Ultimatum

Olanma and Abayomi Rice’s marriage is about to end in divorce. To please their families, they must pretend to be a happy couple one last time. Their farce leads to unexpected healing of their hearts, but then life throws another wrench in the plan. An ultimatum brought them together and now one threatens to tear them apart. Will they ever be able to get it together?

The Christmas Ultimatum (1)

Coming really soon.

Have a great weekend and pick up a Book By Unoma and wind down.

Be Blessed

Unoma

 

Friday GoodReads: Burning Question

Another weekend has rolled through and I’ll just like to share with you this flash fiction I wrote. It titled Burning Question. Enjoy.

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Be Blessed, have a safe weekend and please share.

Unoma