Toke is in her late twenties. She’s living the life she’s always wanted as one of the top fashion designers in the country. But there’s just one thing. She has issues with men and relationships. A marriage proposal crossed her path seven years ago with a man she loved, but back then marriage was the farthest thing on her mind and he wasn’t ready to wait for her. Eight years later . . . Toke has lived with the thoughts of her past proposal hunting her. Hating the persistent question of when she would finally settle down. She felt choked and weighed down with the constant pressure from society and her mother. Why was she so unlucky with love, especially when her best-friends Chiemerie (already married) and Ibidun is walking down the aisle in a matter of weeks! Lola is also facing a similar problem. She’s a well-known lawyer who, despite her show of confidence in the court-room, is living with doubts and fear in her relationship with playboy Dayo. Her insecurity and attitude problem is a turn-off for him. Lola tries her best to hold-on to Dayo. Even if she knows he’s a cheat. She’s desperate. Her friends are getting married and she wants to have her own wedding and choose her own colours. She has given him her whole self on a platter of gold, but it seems she has to subject herself to more conniving means to win his ring on her finger. Toke seems to be progressing when Damola steps into the picture. She believes him to be the right man for her. He has a steady job and seems to meet all her requirements for the perfect man. She’s pleased with him and tells her friends, but Toke doesn’t feel peace about it. While still trying to make-up her mind on what she wants, Ibidun’s brother, Mayowa, shows his interest in Toke. He’s not exactly the kind of man she pictured herself with. Another problem is Toke is slightly older than him. A bigger problem is, Ibidun would never agree to it. Lola comes from a Christian background but doesn’t bother herself with adhering to its truths and doctrines. She doesn’t want to lose Dayo. Lola doesn’t realize God is still interested in her. And whatever bad thing happens, He means it for good in her life. She doesn’t see that yet. Especially when Dayo sends her out of his house. Both women are forced to make certain decisions that could either ruin them or keep them on the path God has for them.
PEJU ADAMS has long since given up on her lifelong love and high-school sweetheart, ABDUL LAYENI, when he left ten years ago. She has lived her life fine, focusing on her work despite the trail of failed relationships in her wake till Abdul makes an appearance at her door-step does she realise she might have given up on him but had never forgotten him. Now, feelings of long ago suddenly creeps up and pulls down all her defences. Her life has changed since the last time she saw Abdul. She’s not the naive teenager any-more, but a grown woman who has given her heart to God and has kept the past as past. She has to make a tough decision between the God she serves and the man she loves. A man, who so happens to be a Muslim. A man whom she knows isn’t for her. It doesn’t matter that FEMI, a good and successful Christian man, is also vying for her attention . . .and love. Femi has spent the last eighteen-plus years waiting for the woman God has in mind for him. He believes with his whole heart that Peju is that woman. But all his plans to woo her fails. He wonders if God has forgotten him. If, perhaps, he had made a mistake. Or worse, if she didn’t want him as a husband. His attempts to get across to her prove abortive and even Peju’s friend, ELIANA, can’t put in a word for him or persuade her friend into making the right decision. ELIANA can’t help it if she’s a helpless romantic, even if she broke up with her boyfriend six months ago when wedding plans were under-way. Despite being heartbroken, she refuses to give up on love and has directed her attention to serving God and living for Him. She tries to talk to Peju who turns the table around and blames Eliana for being jealous and too much of a religious freak who wants God to determine the outcome of her life. Their argument puts their friendship on ice. However, Peju ignores the knock of God on her heart as she gives herself to Abdul, looks Eliana away and marches boldly to the altar. Just at the point of making the final decision, doubt creeps in and she isn’t certain who her real first love is. Abdul her high school sweetheart; rich, thriving, understanding and charming, or God who’s just God. Abdul who was her first love, the one who she loved with every breath. She didn’t want to think of all the negatives. She didn’t want to think of them being apart. What she wanted was to marry Abdul. Was there any crime in that? While Eliana thinks all is well and rosy, with a business picking up and doing well, new boyfriend, she gradually loses focus and it takes a divine encounter to jolt her back to first things first.
What happens if the woman you have been waiting for all your life, turns out to be the worst person for you? Pastor John had been saving himself for the perfect woman. The woman he believes God has in mind for him. Imagine his shock when he is told to marry a woman whom everyone deems a prostitute. Always One More Time is filled with laughter, sadness, pain and love and promises to take you on a journey you would never forget.
Peju faces difficult times in the days following her divorce from heartthrob, Abdul Layeni. Her spirit is broken, her will damaged, but her passion for God is what keeps her going. Femi shows himself to be a true friend and extends a shoulder to cry on, but will this show of comfort and Peju's vulnerable stance lead to more? This is especially when long time secrets come to light and threaten to rock her world. I'll Keep Loving You brings you to the doors of loving relationships with promises for something fresh, deeper and never ending.
It was dark, but not literally dark. It was just her world; filled with ups and downs and terrible mishaps that she had no control over. Victoria opened her eyes and reached for her phone beside her bed. It was a quarter past seven. She dropped the phone and moved her arm to the other side of the bed, looking for someone she knew wasn’t there any-more. There was a part of her that she never wanted to remember. Tears filled her eyes once again just like every other day when she woke up in the morning to discover he wasn’t there. Her palms balled up into fists as rage filled her. Why was she so weak? Why were her defences so low? Why was she so cheap? Even as she questioned herself, she already knew the answers.
Being a wife is more than what we may think or believe. God has expectations and the only way to know them is to learn at His Feet. Ready to Say I Do, is a guide in becoming the woman, and wife, God wants you to be.
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