Basis for Love (2): Mama Don Die… By Sinmisola Ogunyinka @sinmisolaog

​ ​ Aaron Ezekiel returned a while later with David, and they walked into the boss’ office without sparing me an extra glance. The receptionist and the others came back, and I slid into my back office. I couldn’t pray Aaron would not come after me. He had, those eight years ago. I had resisted him then, and my only prayer now was the wisdom … Continue reading Basis for Love (2): Mama Don Die… By Sinmisola Ogunyinka @sinmisolaog

Consequences … By Olubukola Adekusibe 

Fadeke arrived Lagos at 1p.m and took a cab straight home. She had cried enough. Tears weren’t going to change the situation. She needed to think of the next step. Her life was going to take a different course and she needed to think. The one she loved had rejected her and the only person she could turn to now at this time of need … Continue reading Consequences … By Olubukola Adekusibe 

Basis For Love (1): Haunted by the Past… by Sinmisola Ogunyinka 

​ “Who big man epp?” “Abegi, Mama don die.” I laughed. My older sister and only sibling never ceased to amuse me. “Client dey come. I go call you.” She made a comment about the rich man offering to improve her hairdressing business in exchange for an affair. “E don baff? Abegi!” We both laughed. “Make I call you back.” I hung up. Salome was … Continue reading Basis For Love (1): Haunted by the Past… by Sinmisola Ogunyinka 

One Erotic Dinner by @funmie_adebayo

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Adebimpe pulled over at Ikeja City Mall and stepped out of her Mercedes Benz Jeep in a skimpy pink flowery hip dress and a thick pair of black leggings. She picked up her hand bag, locked up and cat-walked gracefully across the spacious car park. It was a cloudy Sunday afternoon, and a fresh cool breeze slapped her pretty face… Continue reading One Erotic Dinner by @funmie_adebayo

The Height of Deceit … By Olubukola Adekusibe

​ ​ ​ Fadeke touched down in Abuja at 7.45a.m. She changed her itinerary at the last minute and decided to take the second flight into Abuja. She knew Chinedu wasn’t expecting her until 2p.m but she wanted to give him a surprise. She had called him two nights earlier and he had confirmed that he would be leaving home at 9.00a.m. Since it was … Continue reading The Height of Deceit … By Olubukola Adekusibe

MORASS – The First Woman Her Husband Married… (Demi Duru Series) by @sinmisolaog

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Image credit: dizzyducklingdiary.blogspot.com Demi just met the first woman her husband married, and was ready to die. What was she to do? She had grown up in the western part of the country, most of it in her home town of Owena. She had only done her university education in Lagos, and then gone to Ilorin for one year youth… Continue reading MORASS – The First Woman Her Husband Married… (Demi Duru Series) by @sinmisolaog

Disaster! First Visit To Boo’s Mum… by Seun Yewande Williams

  Being engaged to Matthew was the best decision she thought she had ever made. Not only did she know that it was the right thing to do, she was also excited and happy, like never before. He called her everyday, wanting to know what was going on with her. She had insisted she called once in a while, but he said if he was … Continue reading Disaster! First Visit To Boo’s Mum… by Seun Yewande Williams

Presenting LOVE THERAPY… Captivating Stories of Love, Hate, Conspiracy and Ensuing Love Dramas…

​ … is anyone ready to dive into the erotic world of striking fiction characters as we explore their lives too real to be fantasy? Is someone ready to learn great love and moral lessons? It’s February- the season of love!!! And never before have you had it so good as it’s our first February here at makeadreamng.com. Therefore,  to commemorate this season of love, … Continue reading Presenting LOVE THERAPY… Captivating Stories of Love, Hate, Conspiracy and Ensuing Love Dramas…

Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Chapter Two) – By Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)

Click here for the previous Chapter… ​Saturday morning was a beehive of activities at the palace. It was the day set aside for Izogie’s oronmwen. The elders were beginning to gather, women came from far and near to help with food preparations, while the youths swept and arranged the venue. However, the morning met Pawo grinding vegetables in her kitchen. Smoke rose from underneath the … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Chapter Two) – By Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)

Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Chapter One) – By Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)

  Click here for the story so far: The night air was icy cold. The moon hid behind a moving curtain of thick dark clouds as the heavens opened and poured down, heavily. Thunders rolled and lightening flashed across the sky, striking down several trees within its reach. The wet cold night was silent, save for the heavy rain and the distant howling of hounds … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Chapter One) – By Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)