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Not Fairy-Tale – #6

CHETA set the plate of food on the tray and took a plastic bottle of Schweppes out of the refrigerator. “I’ll settle my bill later.” He said to Duke and turned back into the kitchen. “Lance, the kitchen is under…


Not Fairy-Tale – #5

SHE was on her way home when his call came in. “Hello, Kane. Touched down?” He’d told her he was flying back that evening. “On my way home right now.” “Me too.” He chuckled. “I missed you and Lagos.” Her…


Not Fairy-Tale – #3

WEEKENDS were busiest at the restaurant, starting Friday evening and all through Saturday. Families strolled in packs, parents in the mood to give their children a treat, couples wanting affordable Nigerian cuisine, and singles who didn’t mind their own companies….


Not Fairy-Tale – #2

HE had always loved to cook. When he was a little boy and living in a neighbourhood filled with puffed-up and macho boys, he was teased and taunted for being the ‘girly’ boy who gathered sands and stones and pretended…


Definitely Sealed – #9

TELLING your parents you’re dying would be way easier than telling them you’re getting a divorce, Kristi realised the next morning when she decided to brave it and face off the bull. “You want to what?” Her mother first reacted,…


Definitely Sealed – #8

SINCE she’d showed up at the pharmacy on a surprise visit and with a surprise invitation to dinner, Levi had had no other choice but to take her along to the interview rendezvous at the restaurant. “Why are we heading…

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