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Out Now: Wedding Kidnap


December 24, 2015 by Dayo Benson

Hi Guys,

Compliments of the Season 🙂

Wedding Kidnap (Crystal 7.5), a very short story, is out now. Unfortunately it’s not Christmas for Crystal and Juda. Here’s the back cover blurb:

Wedding KidnapCrystal has barely spoken to Juda since he confessed his secret, but when a practitioner shows up at Paul’s and Simone’s wedding, they are thrown together and have no choice but to put their heads together in order to escape.

People are after Juda, powerful people who are on a mission to remind him of who he is and of his destiny.

Juda has made his choice, but will he be forced to change it?

Amazon UK, Amazon US, Smashwords

I hope you enjoy reading it. Most of all, have a wonderful Christmas. It’s my dad’s birthday today so we’re going over to see him, then we’re hosting friends tonight, then tomorrow we’ll be at my parents’ place pretty much all day along with my brothers and my sis-in-law. Busy times, but wouldn’t have it any other way 🙂

Hope you have a good one.

Dayo xx


  1. Olusola says:

    Have a Merry Christmas Dayo. Enjoyed the tidbit. Thanks for getting it out just for Christmas.

  2. What a great gift 🙂 Merry Christmas, Dayo! Enjoy your family.

  3. GertieGirl says:

    I just finished reading INSURRECTION. You a very talented. It was an exciting read and I loved how faith and hope in Christ was woven into the plot. There are a few things that as a Believer and missionary I would like for you to consider. The power you give darkness and the occult were disturbing. the Enemy has already been defeated. Also, the power the Christians have in your story seem to be mainly prayer and worship in song. Although these avail much, the Word of God is our sword. I encourage you to keep writing and praying and allowing God to use you dear lady!

    • Dayo Benson says:

      Hey GertieGirl, thanks for your kind words. You’re not the first person to mention the ‘Word’ thing. To be honest I have thought about it and I’m not sure how to incorporate it apart from having characters read the Bible. Could they glow while they’re reading? Or maybe the fire around them can burn brighter like it does when they pray–not sure. But it’s definitely something for me to keep thinking about and utilize in another book if I get an opportunity. God bless.

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