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I've got more from my upcoming book, Freddie Untangled.
Kike has struggled for years to break out of the chains of her marriage to Lekan. After moving out of the Ogun estate, she has to cope with condemnation not just from family and friends but from unseen followers as the story of her relationship with Freddie becomes media fodder. She’s finally free to love a man who loves her but is she about to lose everything else that matters to her?
Kike and the kids are now Freddie’s responsibility and he has to pull out all the stops if he is to outwit a powerful sociopathic pastor as well as and deal with ghosts from his past that come to haunt him. He will do whatever it takes to keep the woman he loves safe but the price might be his sanity and his life.
Lekan is not about to give up on a woman he sees as his property and uses every weapon in his arsenal to get Kike back, including following through on the threats he made.
With the odds stacked up against Kike and Freddie, is a happy future together even possible? Will they ever be out of Lekan’s reach?
Now for the snippet. This is a kissing scene. I love kisses, don't you?
Forgive me. It's a little longer than seven sentences. Enjoy. ❤
Feet planted apart, hands dangling at his sides, Freddie stood in the unlit corridor. Light spilled out from her bedroom, illuminating him as a dark angel guarding her room. He slipped past her without a word and pushed the door shut.
Coarse palms cupped her face and his firm mouth fell on hers, devouring her like a starving man. Her breath locked in her throat, passion flaring in her veins. She gripped his shoulders to steady herself as her knees trembled and she forgot her initial objections about having him in her room.
He broke the kiss and they clung to each other, panting. Eyes closed, he rested his forehead against hers, his warm ragged breath fanning her cheeks.
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Thank you to Doris O'Connor for the opportunity.