December 29, 2016 by Dayo Benson
Season’s Greetings 🙂
Hope you had a good Christmas. Mine has been lovely. My dad turned 60 on Christmas Eve so we had a surprise party for him yesterday. He was so overwhelmed. It was lovely to see the surprise on his face when he walked into the room and saw everyone including friends who’d travelled in from London and other parts of the country.
Anyway, the festivities are over for me now. It’s back to work 🙂
The Runaway has finally been released. Junior’s story is out guys. Get your copy at:
Kobo shuts down for the holidays, but the book should be available on there soon.
From the Back Cover
How do you keep a new faith when your own brother would kill you if he ever found out?
By faking death! At least that’s what Junior Lincoln decides to do. As the youngest of the twelve Lincolns, and being full brothers with Jared, he knows that his new faith will never go anywhere if he doesn’t do something. With assistance from the FBI he assumes a new identity and relocates to a small town.
His aim is to lay low, blend in and finish his college degree. But if he wanted to do that he shouldn’t have taken a job as a relationship counselor, fondly known by the townsfolk as the Love Doctor. He shouldn’t have let himself fall for his first client. And most of all, he should have made sure it never got out that he’s an ex-practitioner.
How do you make your child’s father marry you?
Hazel Robbins, desperate to make Nate fall in love with her so that their daughter will have a better childhood than she had, turns to Junior, aka the Love Doctor, for help. But as they spend time together, their ‘practice dates’ begin to feel like the real thing.
When paranormal activity begins to sweep across the college campus, Hazel and the other students look to Junior for help. He’s the only one who seems to know what to do about it, and his prayers work.
But can Junior continue to depend on God when his life is suddenly in danger, or will he turn to the craft that he’s so used to relying on?
And can Hazel and Junior have a happy ending if she finds out his true identity?
As always, get in touch once you’ve read it. I want to continue to write books that resonate with readers, and the only way I can do that is by getting your feedback. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. My email address was down for a while, but it’s all sorted now. So apologies to everyone who tried to email me and couldn’t get through. Unfortunately, all those emails can’t be recovered 🙁 Thankfully, the issue has been resolved 🙂
Happy New Year in advance.
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