Prisoner of Love

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
A chance meeting between Rachael and Tomiwa ignited a spark between them that resulted into an explosive and intriguing love story rivalled only by the age-long story of Romeo and Juliet! It was a story of absolute trust, undying love, and heart-touching sacrifices. But what happened when the astonishing love story forged in heaven suddenly went sour? More

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Words: 75,010
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370950485
About Qudus Oko-Osi

Qudus Oko-Osi is a writer, poet, artist, public speaker, and a financial and management consultant. He worked in the banking industry for eleven years with experience spanning three different banks before resigning to join a financial and management consulting firm. Qudus brings into his stories his knowledge of banking and consulting.

Over the years, he has written several articles and poems. He also designed text book covers and did cartoons for magazines in the past amongst others.

He enjoys reading, playing scrabble, and spending time with his family. He presently lives in Lagos, Nigeria with his lovely wife, Glory and wonderful son, Jason.

Reviews

Review by: Rotimi Kolajo on Dec. 07, 2017 :
This is a very interesting romantic novel. Nice Job . Sincerely, I'm anticipating for more from you.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

Review by: shan on Sep. 26, 2017 :
Love your book! Thanks for this beautiful story. Looking forward to more works from you. A really touching read wlth great characters.
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Review by: Yemwazzy on Aug. 08, 2017 :
This is an amazingly written book. I especially love the way the author weaved some African (Nigerian) languages into his story. Nice one. Enjoyed reading every bit of it.
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Review by: Olatunji Adeshina on July 31, 2017 :
This book has been one of the best Romantic/adventurous novels i ever read.... just cant wait to see the next.... more Grease to ur elbow... so glad i got a copy just cant stop reading the story..... thumbs up bro...
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