5 African romance novels for the season #mustreads
It's the season of love and as Africans we celebrate love as passionately as anyone else. If you don't have someone to share the special occasion. Don't worry because we've got you covered.
Here are five book boyfriends/girlfriends who will sweep you off your feet and shower you with affection, the African way.
Let's start with a man named Lord.
Yep, that's his first name and not a title. Who doesn't want to read a book with a character named Lord. 😀
Quirky name aside, Lord Mckenzie is a swoon-worthy character and matched with Chantelle Sah, their chemistry steams up the pages.
I love that this author delivers hot scenes and still gives you tender moments that makes you sigh with pleasure.
Find out more/read an excerpt from MOST ELIGIBLE BACHELOR by Empi Baryeh.
Okay. I lied. Because you're actually going to get more than five book boyfriends and girlfriends.
There are four of each in this fabulous collection of sweet and steamy romantic novellas of Africans finding love. Every story is relevant and recommended.
Find out more about BE MY VALENTINE: VOLUME TWO featuring stories by Glory Abah, Zee Monodee, Roasemary Okafor and Mukami Ngari.
Sometimes you read about a secondary character in a book that pulls you in and makes you want to read his/her full story.
Femi is one of those types of characters. The author did justice to his story and pairing him with Haruna in a plot filled with intrigue and deals with real life African issues makes for a wonderful and relatable read.
Find out more / read an excerpt from THE JUDGE'S SECRET by Amaka Azie
Love the 'opposites attract' trope?
Well, you don't get more opposite than matching an academic to a hip-hop/hiplife artist.
That's what happens when Lamisi meets Blaise. Their story is charming and heart-warming.
Find out more / read an excerpt from LOVE AND HIPLIFE by Nana Prah
Now. Henry, Henry, Henry. The most patient man I know.
Where can I find a man like Henry? 😀
Oh, I know. In this book!
This books takes us on a journey and teaches us about unconditional love, forgiveness and redemption.
Find out more / read an excerpt from BOUND TO RANSOM by Kiru Taye
Which African romance novels will you add to the list? Who is your favourite book boyfriend/girlfriend?