Seeing Lagos

Seeing Lagos

Alessandra Ebulu

Gay & Lesbian / Romance / Literature & Fiction

A burnout has Solá Michael taking some time off and returning to Lagos for an extended holiday with his sister. An almost robbery and a gorgeous rescuer have him seeing the true state of Lagos: the chameleon that never sits still and never sleeps. Having endured years of an abusive marriage, Grace Evans finally walks out on her loveless marriage and boards a train for York. Within hours of arriving in the ancient city, her destiny is changed forever by a portrait in her hotel room. Haunted by the ghost of Robert Hamilton and confronted with a portrait of herself painted four hundred years ago, Grace has every reason to doubt her sanity. Then Grace finds herself four hundred years in the past, in the bed of the man who has haunted her. A man she barely knows but who, with just one kiss, filled the empty space that had been her shattered heart.How are Grace and Robert connected to Simon and Corran of ‘When Fate Dictates’?I’d love to tell you, but that would ruin the surprise, so I’m sorry folks, you are just going to have to wait for ‘Entwined’, book three of the Highland Secret Series.
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A Second Chance

A Second Chance

Alessandra Ebulu

Gay & Lesbian / Romance / Literature & Fiction

Ten years ago Demola escaped the purgatory of high school by way of a powerful essay that put him on the path to becoming a successful writer. Invited back to speak at a Career Week, he does not expect to run into the man most responsible for his misery in school.Carter swears he has left his bullying ways behind, and he is determined to use the one week he's got to prove he is indeed a changed man.
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Otaare

Otaare

Alessandra Ebulu

Gay & Lesbian / Romance / Literature & Fiction

When Bola gets a call from his cousin and manager about a twitter war he's been tossed into, a rant accusing him of plagiarism, he's stunned. He's even more stunned when he learns who made the accusation: Ukeme Collins, a writer with a beef against his family because of his father's involvement in the oil trade.Hating someone is easy. What neither man expects is for mutual loathing to turn into something else—something complicated and disconcerting, that could shatter their worlds completely, or build something entirely new.
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