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Love At First Sound

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Heartbroken after discovering her fiancé’s double life, Emem Akpan ends the relationship and moves into an apartment at the other end of Lagos, determined to get her life back on track with no more diversions.

However, a massive dose of distraction bumps into her in the form of Yomi, a sexy younger man who has set his sights on her and will stop at nothing to get her attent
Published June 17th 2019 by Love Africa Press
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May 16, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
3.5 Age Gap Stars!!!

Amaka Azie is one of my favourite Nigerian authors. Her romances are authentic and spicy and interesting but also deeply meaningful. The premise of this is that Yomi, a recent returnee to Nigeria, after being born and raised in the UK has a crush on radio sex therapist, Sasha. When he meets Emem his new neighbour, he is instantly attracted and even more so when he recognizes her voice as Sasha. But Emem is filled with hang ups about her age and Yomi potentially has mummy issu
Jun 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I totally enjoyed reading the contemporary issues particularly the love between Yomi and Emem. Amaka keeps getting better.
Nana Prah
Jul 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This was a wonderful story with more than enough drama, heat and cultural references to thrust the reader into a hot romance in Lagos, Nigeria. Given the gap in Yomi and Emem’s ages, the romance between them seemed unlikely, making for a great conflict. Who is to argue with love? What is meant to be will be, but it’s the journey that keeps the reader hooked, which I totally was.

The hero and heroine had personal issues to clean up in their lives which made them easy to relate to because they were
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Amaka Azie is an award-winning author of romance fiction set in tropical West Africa.

She explores the beauty and intricacies of the continent in her sweet and sensual love stories.

Born and raised in Nigeria, West Africa, she developed a passion for reading at the age of twelve. Her interest in writing began in secondary school when she joined the press club.

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