Happy new week lovelies!
This week, I’ll be sharing an excerpt from After the Rain, my latest book release and the final book of the Lagos Plastic Surgeons trilogy.
In this scene, Dr Segun Akintola is watching Miss Rain perform at Ozone strip club for the first time.
She performed a split while high up on the pole, then twirled downwards again, all the while wriggling her hips, the lower half of her body moving with a will of its own. Mesmerising.
Spellbound, Segun held his breath, his fingers tight against the stem of his champagne flute, his gaze fastened on her.
The three other women at the periphery doing their own routine didn’t exist to him. Only Miss Rain.
The grace with which she moved, the seductive flare in her eyes as she made love to the pole with her body, drew him in. There was an art to the fluidity of her bones, not just aiming to arouse, but also to captivate, to ensnare. Similar to the tune of a flute played by an experienced snake charmer to control the reptile.
Right now, their positions reversed. As if she were the snake charmer, blowing out a hypnotic tune on the flute. And he the snake—under her spell. Unable to move, to breathe, to do anything without her command. And what she commanded was his full attention.
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