Rose (Rosie) Bassey, all 114kg (and reducing) of her, is fresh out of a relationship that ended in her one sided heartbreak and is three months fresh into a weight loss program entered into on the oath to never again fall for callous players who saw her as only another body, albeit a very large one. So she is quite irritated at how quickly her body seems to betray her brain whenever she sights Zeke, who also happens to be her personal trainer. And a renowned player always looking to score. Ezekiel (Zeke) Ibrahim is the resident Casanova on the block. Doesn't matter if it's in trousers, odds are he's already done it. And moved on without a backward glance. And now, Zeke has set his sights on Rose; he is very aware of her attraction to him despite her cool and aloof manner and would do anything to get under her skin in the same manner she gets under his. He knows she doesn't trust him, and he can't blame her; he can't trust himself either. But one kiss and two completely accidental orgasms later, he's going after her with blinders on and soon, they're entangled in a relationship that's as compulsively physical as it is confusingly emotional. What started as pure sexual attraction is quickly bleeding into something deeper. They must now to learn to trust each other, and this is something that only one is willing to do. Because even though Rose wants more than anything, to trust Zeke with all her heart, she knows that he is hiding something from her and she is determined to find out what it is. Zeke does have a dirty secret in his past, a secret that he carries with him; and one that could destroy them both if it ever came to the light; casting a dark shadow over their happiness. But, as it turns out, that past will not stay buried. Will Zeke be able to overcome the demons from his past to keep the woman he loves or will the secrets break them apart forever?
Everybody knows that Glory Murray, CEO of Murray Group of companies and the ‘Dreaded King of Nigerian Finance’, is a goddamn ice cold bastard. From the boardroom, to the ruthless deals and takeovers, to the once in a while sifting through of women with no promises of commitment, Glory has earned a hard, cold eyed reputation for himself. The problem now, is that this reputation is being threatened by none other than Glory himself (or so it seems): he wakes up one morning to the realization that there was a strange woman in his bed and he apparently put her there, but he has no recollection of doing so. Glory finds himself delving deeper into the rabbit hole of his own mind, where dark secrets lurked, secrets that could destroy the only family he'd ever known, and the bond he'd started to build with Falana - his nurse. As Glory races to regain his lost memories, his sense of self and remember who Falana had become to him, only one question stands: Is it worth the burn?
Olubambi Titus is a woman desperate enough to wear another woman's identity to escape her deadly fate. In a rotten twist of her luck, top tier stripper/ showgirl, Bambi, popularly known as Bambi The Siren with a silken voice and even bigger dreams, has managed to piss off Mr. G, her boss and notorious Lagos pimp of the popular adult night club, Her Secret, and is now on the run. Down on her luck, and in desperate need of escape, she meets her doppelganger, high society heiress Princess Uloaku. Princess has a problem she believes Bambi can solve: swap places with her in an arranged marriage to the mute son of another high society family, for just six months. The benefits? The ‘honeymoon’ will take her out of the country, and away from all her problems. And a fake husband who can make all her big dreams come true. She just has to befriend him. Bambi has a plan. The catch? What is she to do when ‘friendship’ starts to turn into more, Bambi finds herself falling for her fake husband?
Urhougide ‘Rogue’ Silas & Elizabeth ‘Lizzy’ Korede are starcrossed…enemies. Or so they think. It was hate at first meet. The fire burning between them whenever they looked into each other's eyes? That was rage, pure and simple. Rogue believes that Lizzy hates him because he didn't fall at her feet, and Lizzy believes Rogue hates her because she spits in the face of societal conventions about women and what they do with their bodies (who would like such a prick, right?), both of them projecting their hurtful past experiences on one another. But their mutual friends and family; The Basseys, believe otherwise, and now they're stuck with each other in close proximity after being ditched at the Mary Bassey's Bachelor/ette party, they are compelled to get to know more about each other and face their prejudices. Will they be able to let go of their biases long enough to understand and see each other? Or is it all just a disaster waiting to happen?
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