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African Love Quotes: Belong

Thirty seconds.

That’s all it took for Hailey to conclude that being perched on a bar stool at the neighbourhood local on the last Friday of the month was not one of her best ideas.

She didn’t belong here. 


Numbers Girl By Mary Kamau

She’s looking for an escape.

Hailey’s life is the epitome of good girl boring. The career she once loved now gives her anxiety. The crush she was sure she’d spend forever with is with someone else. The sisters she loves dearly are thriving and she may as well be deadweight. Walking into a crowded bar on a Friday night is the last thing she should be doing. But she’s desperate to feel alive. And desperate times….

He’s running from trouble. 

Zach’s life is full of everything a man could desire. Money, women, notoriety. Yet none of it satisfies him anymore. He’s running from the very things that used to give him pleasure. When a mystery woman who has no business being in a bar sits at his counter, he’s torn between being good and staying away. Or being oh-so-bad and introducing her to his infamous wild side. 

Their worlds collide in a flurry of emotion and betrayal.

Danger is brewing in Zach’s bar and it catches up with him all at once. Staying away from Hailey is no longer an option but a necessity. But with the resurgence of old family enemies, her life is already on the line. And the only man able to save her is the same one who could destroy her. 

Standalone romance. No cliffhangers.


Numbers Girl by Mary Kamau is available in our store.

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