NEW BOOK ALERT: Forever and a Day by OL Obonna #Romance @omoscorner

Title: Forever and a Day

Author: O.L. Obonna

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Trope(s): accidental pregnancy, marriage of convenience

Publisher: Love Africa Press

Release Date: 29 October 2021

ISBN: 978-1-914226-11-3


Their forbidden night leads to an inescapable consequence!

Her mind-blowing encounter with a handsome stranger rocked her to the core! It was a night she would never forget. Then Mma Nwachukwu discovers that the compelling stranger she lost her virginity to was none other than Fuad Danjuma, the younger brother of her new boss! Mma is stunned, especially when she discovers the thrilling and unforgettable night has left them bound for life.

When Fuad finds out Mma is pregnant, he is determined to do the right thing and claim her as his wife. Unfortunately, he offers her everything except the one thing she wants the most: his heart.

The trouble is, Mma is determined to wed for love.











In less than twenty-four hours, Mma Nwachukwu would become Mrs Mma Danjuma.

Today was her wedding day, and it was meant to be the happiest day of her life.

Scratch that. It was meant to be the happiest day in any woman’s life.

Not in Mma’s case.

Her eyes filled with tears, and she hurriedly swiped her cheeks. She didn’t want anyone walking in and seeing her tears.

That wouldn’t do at all. Everybody thought it was love at first sight for her and Fuad, but she accepted the truth. Fuad did too. More moisture clouded her vision, and she buried her face in her hands.

She was the envy of all her friends. She, a nobody, was marrying Fuad Danjuma, the heir to the Danjuma fortune. Drop-dead gorgeous and wealthy to boot, Fuad was supposed to be every woman’s dream, but he was not hers.

Mma shook her head as the tears ran down her cheeks and seeped through her fingers.

She had been so stupid. It was all her fault. This wasn’t the life she wanted, stuck in a marriage to a man marrying her out of duty. Even though he was an amazing man, caring and decent, this was not a love marriage.

What was it he said the night he told her they would get married?

“Deal with it, Mma. Tomorrow we will see Aunty Ekene and my mum, she flew into Lagos today from Kano. We might not be getting married for love, but we are definitely getting married, and it is going to be a real marriage in every sense of the word.”

No, this wasn’t the life she wanted for herself. But, in less than twenty-four hours, she would be Mrs Mma Danjuma.


OMO OBONNA was born in Lagos, Nigeria. She holds degrees in Creative Arts/English and Supply Chain Management. For as long as she can remember, she always wanted to tell stories about love and romance by creating and immersing readers in the romantic adventures of fascinating characters.

Her stories are a peek into her own version of the excitement, allure, and mystery of the age-old sentimental narrative of love, which she so beautifully and intricately weaves together into a truly engrossing read. When she’s not surrounding herself with words or reading a romance novel, you can find her in the kitchen trying out new recipes or painting with her children. In addition, she enjoys writing and recently joined the worlds of bloggers.

She lives in London and is happily married with three children.

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