21 Days

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
I found him on the first day. He was walking towards my table at the restaurant. The place was full except for the seat beside me. I cringed at the thought of sharing my table with someone, worse off a guy. What if I chewed too loudly? More
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About Dora Okeyo

Dora is wandering along the shores of Lake Victoria.
She loves her coffee and slices of cake as much as she loves her pencils and writing pads.
She's the author of The Currents Series, Confessions of a Chair and Sifuna.

Visit her blog: www.nilichoandika.wordpress.com

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KaraSkinner reviewed on Feb. 27, 2018

This was a really cute story and I enjoyed it. It was really frustrating to read, though. Because there are no dialogue tags or any indication about who was talking, I was really confused a lot of the time about what was going on, especially in the chapters that were pure dialogue or near the end where it switched point of view mid chapter. I really like both Jack and Zora.
(review of free book)
Elly Kamari reviewed on March 31, 2014

This story is written chronological order, Day one all the way to Day Twenty-One. Ms. Okeyo writes out a story told between two individuals who meet quite by luck at a restaurant, and who then get to know each other. The main characters, Zora and Jack, tell the story from their perspectives, moving from the shyness and jitters of the first meet in a relationship, to hurt emotions created by misunderstandings, and then the getting to know each other better. However, Jack keeps a huge secrets, that is subtly hinted at by Zora's friends. When it finally comes to light, it breaks them apart, but the reasons why Zora decides to call it quits have a lot to do with trust, and not secret itself.

This story rang true for me because of the experiences I've seen friends go through. When you're getting to know someone, it never is what he's done in the past, but whether he trusted you enough to tell you about that past. Giving you the chance to make your own choice, instead of making the choice for you, because of how you'll react or what you'll think. It was nice to read a relationship from such a perspective. Love can exist in different forms.
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(review of free book)
tony parsons reviewed on March 4, 2014

Jack (26, HR Assistant) & Zora (24, dawn, teller) were eating lunch in the local restaurant. Soon they were going out on a regular basis. The 2 found out they had a lot of the same interests & things in common.
What secret is Jack keeping from Zora?
Cool book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written could be a personal true-to-life romantic love short story (book). It was very easy to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. Quite a few twists/turns. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence. No doubt in my mind a very easy rating of 5 stars for this short story (book).
Thank you for the free short story (book)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)
Bill Otieno reviewed on March 2, 2014

Great story. I love that this time- we hear both sides of the story from both Zora and Jack.
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