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|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by Ashiat39(f): 12:08am On May 17, 2015|
TiffanyJ:pls, d same thing applicable to me, I wl be hapi if u cn help me out
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by urch45: 2:30pm On May 18, 2015|
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|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by Lilyomi(f): 4:25pm On May 19, 2015|
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|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by Nobody: 9:37pm On May 19, 2015|
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|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by nsesilas(f): 3:37pm On May 26, 2015|
[quote author=TiffanyJ post=24500636]CHAPTER ONE
Linda James sang as she drove home from the mall.
'... If you need me i'll come runing from a thousand miles
when you smile I smile'
This song by Justine Bieber had always brought forth Henry's face in her mind's eye.
Linda exclaimed excitedly. She had carefully planned the events of the next day.
At the back of her dark blue Honda Civic are the groceries she had purchased for tomorrow's event.
'Tomorrow is Henry's birthday'
Linda reminded herself for the hundred time.
Linda felt no shame admiting to anyone or herself that Henry was her lover.
They had been lovers for more than two years. He was everything Linda had ever wanted in a man but he already made it clear to her that he won't marry her.
'marriage is not for me'
he had often told her. Linda, who had had her own share of men saw nothing wrong in having a sexual relationship with Henry Joseph.
Ofcourse, she was not his only woman. She knew most of her rivals.
There was Salimah, Ruth, Sandra, Angelica-and others she didn't care to know their names.
She loved Henry and that was the only thing that mattered and she needed no prophet to tell her she was Henry's favourite lover.
She was the only woman with a spare key to his house, therefore, she visited him as often as she wished- a luxury none of her rivals had.
Oh yes, she had met his family and Linda was the godmother of Henry's only nephew, Eugene.
Linda parked at the lot in front of her flat. She alighted, walked majestically to her boot, unlucked it and removed the groceries before helping herself into her self contained flat.
She kicked off her two inch heels and unceremoniously dropped the groceries on the tiled floor.
Her sitting room was perfectly decorated in blue. She loved blue and had taken her time to personally decorate her house.
Linda switched on the TV to her favourite music channel. Soon, she began dancing to the rhythm of the music.
Linda was neither dark nor fair in complexion. She has a chocolate skin. She was beautiful with intelligent eyes. Her bosoms were full and succulent, her stomach was flat with a good hip to match.
Linda has long legs which she loved showing off.
She was twenty seven years old. With her height, her beauty and her intelligence, many often mistook her for a model.
She has all it takes to be a model, but no, she prefered being an event planner and decorator.
She had studied Urban and Regional planning at the university of Lagos and graduated with a second class upper.
Her parent had been shocked when after her National Youth Service Corps, had annouced that she was going to learn event planning and decoration.
This decision so baffled her parents it nearly caused a rift between them. Her father was the only Human who understood her.
While her mother rant and shouted at the top of her voice, her father had simply stared at her and asked if being an event planner will make her happy.
She told him yes. During her Nysc, she had met a planner and had simply fallen inlove with the job.
Her father had consented to this, gave her his blessings and helped her financially as she went back to school.
Two years later, she got a job with R and C Company in Abuja. That was how she had met Henry.
oh no, she has totally forgotten that she has to prepare for his birthday the next day.
She switched off the TV and picked the groceries into the spotlessly cleaned kitchen.
She heard her phone ringing. Linda ran to the sitting room and retrieved the phone from the table.
hi Tiffanyj,am a fan,luv u stories. Just finish catching up wit d Reluctant Bride',can't wait for d next update. Keep up with the good work.....
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by mindful06(m): 12:12pm On May 28, 2015|
pls can I have d link to d conclude part of A man to call her own and d reluctant bride story pls
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by ladynice: 2:03pm On Jun 06, 2015|
finally here nice work tiffany
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by eniolar0: 7:50pm On Jun 06, 2015|
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by ajumaxbabe(f): 12:17am On Jun 12, 2015|
TiffanyJ:yea sweety i just read it now. Wonderful piece u wrote dia buh dnt get to knw wat happened at last cos d remaining part was removed. Tnx any way
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by bossy229: 8:12am On Aug 03, 2015|
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by silverdam(m): 10:31pm On Aug 12, 2015|
TiffanyJ please, I PMed you. Kindly reply, please...
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by 360prince(m): 12:06pm On Aug 13, 2015|
It's been a long long time. Am so happy that I am finally here. Pls pardon me
Good work Tiffany!
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by TiffanyJ(f): 3:23pm On Aug 13, 2015|
360prince:I suddenly stopped seeing you. Where you go hide yourself na?
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by meanface: 12:29pm On Aug 14, 2015|
Hello Tiffany,I have been a silent reader of ur work,pls how can I read the reluctant bride?....gud job tho..kip it up.
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by toykathy(f): 12:37am On Aug 31, 2015|
exodus@ kayemdy, sholyzee
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by toksroyal: 2:07pm On Sep 21, 2015|
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|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by richyluvu(m): 10:34pm On Mar 24, 2016|
I'm a new member to NL... your writeup( reluctant bride) was the first I opted for... only to find out that some clowns made you to remove the ending part of the storyline... I fifn't cry...
so I'm kinda scared to start reading this storyline cos I don't think my heart can bear any more heart ache...
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by mekybabe1: 1:37pm On Mar 26, 2016|
Wow! You are a genius but pls finish up the story na
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by Twinkle004(f): 9:11pm On Mar 26, 2016|
I lov all ur write-ups so far but d problem am having with u is dat u find it difficult to complete them. I knw u are a fine & awesome writer but pls try to complete ur write-ups...we are begging...or better till let me knw hw to get d complete story.
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by seleroms: 9:35pm On Mar 26, 2016|
Pls dear try and post the remaining part of the reluctant bride so dat I can read this. Really doing a good job, thumbs up
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by 1LadySule(f): 12:24pm On Mar 28, 2016|
Tiffany J, please where can I get, buy or download your books? Your talent is a true gift from God almighty. Please keep writing. I wish I was a movie producer or had connections, I would like this to be a movie. Greetings from beautiful South Africa.
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by Stlomo1s(f): 12:33pm On Mar 29, 2016|
Hi tiffny,what's happenin?after wastin all my time in readin'd reluctant bride without ending i stil manage 2 go farther in readin 'a man 2 call her own'not knwin am also wastin my time again.hmmm!!?no problem tnks 4 d little hav read so far but i wunt 4get 2 hav it at d back of ma mind dat any story written by tiffniy should not b open nor read by me nd i must take note of it.thnkks nd am sorry 4..............well done
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|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by TiffanyJ(f): 1:05pm On Mar 29, 2016|
Stlomo1s:I'm so sorry it. Has come to this. I understand your feeling of betrayal, I understand your reluctance in reading my story again. Have a wonderful day
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by dexpotter(m): 11:39pm On Apr 01, 2016|
tif how do I get d remaining part of this wrk to read ? u just cant leave me hanging here oooo.
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by milleymorhs(m): 11:29pm On Apr 09, 2016|
tiffany i live in southafrica i gave some of my friends a link to this book on nairaland yu re d best, bae yu rockk et...c yu on d other side of yur story
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by Jok3r(m): 11:41am On Apr 10, 2016|
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by AK481(m): 12:56pm On Apr 10, 2016|
TiffanyJ:Reminds me of sugarbae and audu escapades
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by Perfectdanny(m): 3:59pm On Apr 10, 2016|
TiffanyJ:Tiffany stop this act please. What about 'Reluctant bride.' You didn't finish it or you think we don't know. Regardless of how we begged you, you still left that story unfinished and now you want to just raise our suspense again. My sister go and finish what you started. E no gud o.
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by akejujoe(f): 4:42pm On Apr 10, 2016|
She actually finished the stories back then but had to delete some parts because of plagiarists who were busy posting it on other sites without giving her credit.Tiffanyj may decide to do something because of her new followers.
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by OlufemiWhit(m): 8:16pm On Apr 11, 2016|
I think there are some chapters missing....
|Re: A Man To Call Her Own by heemah(f): 6:42am On Apr 12, 2016|
Yipeee! Following as usual..Thanks for the mention TiffanyJ. How have you been?
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