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My first novel, A Heart to Mend is a story of self discovery and unconditional love in the vibrant city of Lagos Nigeria. My second Novel, A Love Rekindled, is about first love, ethnic conflict and broken promises, the synopsis is in the book trailer below. Both books are available in stores and Amazon.com.

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3 Classic Romance Novels Every Woman Should Read


By Nicola Reynor

Romance as a genre is often misinterpreted. You will find people mistaking it for novels written in the Romantic Age. In fact, historical romance novels are one of the most intriguing, passionate and diverse works of literature. These books delve deep into human emotions and depict the turmoil related to love and companionship.

Blast From the Past - Buchi Emecheta

Buchi Emecheta(1944- ) Author - in the '70's.
Her books mainly focus on women's issues, particularly the theme of gender bias in both immigrant and African societies. Other themes include racial prejudice and the experience of immigration. Now with over 20 books to her credit, she published her first book 'In the Ditch' in 1972.
Born in Lagos, she attended Methodist Girls High School Yaba. She was married at 16 and in 1962 she moved to London to join her husband. In 1966 her marriage broke up and she found herself raising five kids alone. To get by she took on a number of jobs and wrote in her spare time. She was also able to gain Bachelors and Doctorate degrees from London University. Emecheta has been a visiting Professor at Yale University, Rutgers University, the University of California, Los Angeles ,University of Illinois and the University of Calabar. In 2005 she was awarded an OBE.