My Boss’s Son-Excerpt

Hello friends. How have you been? It’s been a while. Missed you!

So far this year, I’ve been locked away writing. And still am.

I’m cooking up some more sexy, heartwarming and captivating Nigerian romance stories for you. Stay tuned.

In the meantime, I want to keep you enticed with snippets from novels from my backlog, so you can read them if you haven’t already.

Today, I’ll be sharing a scene from My Boss’s son.


Just give me the green light, Adanna …” I seethe through clenched teeth. “And I’ll knock out that swine’s teeth.”

She sniffles and pulls back a little, quirks her head until our gazes link. Her eyes are dulled with sorrow, her face swollen from tears, but she still manages a weak smile.

“Maybe I should let you and my brother beat his ass …”

“I’ll gladly do that. He deserves a good old-fashioned beat down and some jail time, too.”

Adanna shakes her head. “I don’t think it’s even worth all that. I mean … it’s my word against his. I don’t see any of my colleagues or superiors going against him. They’ll find a way of making it my fault. And maybe they’re right. I⁠— ”

“Don’t you dare even complete that thought,” I interject, cradling her face in my palms. “That bastard is the one at fault. Him and every person that’s allowed him to get away with this shit. Not you. Never you.”


Adanna had to choose between her job and her morals. A difficult decision in this terrible economy. 
This scene when she tells Justin about her pain was hard to write. Thankfully, he’s a man who understands how vile it is for any woman to be put in this position.

This is one of my favourite moments between Adanna and Justin.

Have you read My Boss’s son? What do you think about what Adanna went through with her boss?

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Amaka Azie

She explores the beauty and intricacies of the continent in her sweet and sensual love stories. Her books showcase bold and exciting female and male African main characters with compelling storylines. She was named one of the most influential authors under Forty by the Nigerian Writers Awards (NWA) for the year 2017. Apart from getting lost in creating fascinating fictional characters, Amaka enjoys reading, painting and traveling with her family. She lives in the United Kingdom with her husband and daughters where she also practices part-time as a family Doctor.

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