[ 31/12/2016 – New Fiction: The Wedding Crashers; ]
Lol, okay so this is me just wondering why i be posting this here when those who read (whoever yáll are <3) don’t even have the okadabooks.com app and those who actually have the app and read the book can’t access this site. but… anyways! helloooo. long time no whatever. i have completed (after ages!) another story called ‘The Wedding Crashers’. it will be available on the Okadabooks.com app on 01/01/2017! the new years!! so be sure to check it out, download and read and comment and all of that. thank u and God bless. start ur year with a nice book, ’cause, i mean, why the hell not 😉 thank you all for the CRAZY downloads and comment on Head Over Heels and Once Upon a Trip and i hope The Wedding Crashers will be treated the same. thank you 🙂
B L U R B :
- Tracey Ewuse – the leader, the oldest and definitely the smartest, the mastermind and the ‘persuasive’.
- Imaobong (Ima) Etim – the beautiful one, the sweet talker, the ‘seducer’—‘you can see, you will give, but you definitely won’t touch’.
- Layla Aleman – the story teller, the youngest, the independent—‘I don’t need a man.’
In the big city of Abuja, where everyone is doing everything to survive and live life according to the standards of this big state, three ambitious best friends find themselves stuck in a weird shaped web of love, confusion and lies.
One they – most likely unfortunately, wove for themselves.
Layla, Ima and Tracey are three best friends who go way back to the teenage years. Living together in the big city of Abuja, this three are girls who are doing everything every young adult wants to do – make money.
Because of their horrible, less mind-blowing experience with men, they make up a three people agency: ‘the wedding crashers’. All they do is ‘date’ a man for two-three weeks, get what they want from him and get away with it. It was like murder, except without actual killing. It wasn’t done out of hate – well, some of it – it wasn’t meant to hurt anyone; it was just something that was done for fun. I mean, they weren’t gold-diggers!
The plan and rule to be a wedding crasher was simple; get the man, get the money or whatever it was you wanted, dump the man. No strings attached, and no hearts and flowers involved. It’d worked for years, always getting their heart desires, getting the satisfaction and never regretting a thing.
Well, until they met their matches.
~ edu 🙂