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Posts Tagged With: Nigerian romance novels

Takada! Here we go…

takada books Lara daniels

So, in other exciting news, my books are now available in Nigeria for you to download…. EXCLUSIVELY at Takada books, Nigeria’s digital platform, and I write this with a huge sigh of relief (PHEW! Finally! My books are in Naija!!!) All you need is a reading device: phone,  computer,  reading tablet, and presto!, you’ve got my book at the click of a button. Click here to visit the Takada site directly. And one more thing: Please share the good news with your friends, especially all Nigerian romance lovers.

Happy reading, and have a great week 🙂

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Secretlillies has Lessons

That’s true…It really does have Lessons, as in Lessons in Love the book, as in, it has something to say about the book, which in one word is what you would call a ‘Review’, but since it’s been a long day and the words are not coming to me (they usually never do come to me, except, well, the phrase ‘as in’), I will say, yes, secretlillies the website does have words to say about Lessons in love. Check it out here, and don’t you just love the website design? Simple, and classy. Have a good one wherever you are reading this. As for me, it’s goodnight.

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Unveiling Lessons in Love

Upcoming book, Lessons In Love

Upcoming book, Lessons In Love

My new book, Lessons in Love is now available on Amazon UK and Amazon. Get your copy and please spread the word. Next up, Omo-mummy which is currently undergoing ‘surgery’ otherwise known as editing :), so stay tuned.

About Lessons in Love
Fourteen months ago, Tara Olu-Browne quit her well paying job to follow her heart: Become a full time romance writer. Her decision is paying off, until she agrees to write for Black Desire, a new romance publisher set to turn out books that will appeal to a West African audience. Black Desire is headed by business mogul, Jimi Akintaylor and while he says he enjoys Tara’s previous works, he is critical of her current manuscript calling the love scenes improbable. Tara is left with two choices: quit writing for Black Desire or suck up her pride and request pointers from Jimi on how she can improve on the love scenes. She chooses the latter, and realizes too late that she just signed up for some very practical lessons in love.

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