Valentine Reads

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It’s our anniversary… yayyyyy. Exactly one year ago, we published our first post. Thousands of views later, we are grateful for this journey and we appreciate all of you our readers.

If you are a romance genre lover or snub, this season is another reason to suspend all beliefs and live vicariously through our favourite characters. Experience that toe curling-butterflies-in-the-belly feeling of romantic love. Whether you’ve got a boo to live this out with or it’s an imaginary person in your head or your favourite athlete/personality on TV who is never going to know you exist, it doesn’t matter. We have provided you with a range of authors whose characters you can escape with.

Amaka Azie– For that damsel who isn’t in distress.

Sally Kenneth Dadzie – For the love of melodrama.

The Fertile Chick – For the mature minds.

Kiru Taye– You love erotics? She’s your go to girl.

Feyi Aina – For the nice story line romance stories.

Hannah Onoguwe– For realistic romance stories which still leave you going awnnnn .

Aziza Eden Walker– The queen of nuance and steamy scenes.

Umari Anyim – For the romance stories with the extra something.

Ola Awonubi – For the no-nonsense frills-free romance stories.

Oyindamola Affinih For the heartwarming romance stories.

Sharon Salu – For the romance stories with relatable characters.

If  inspirational romance is your thing, check out;

Tope Omotosho


Sinmisola Ogunyinka

Itunu Taiwo.

Last year we had a list of romance novels for you to read, you can also check it out.

Please share your favourite romance novels by Nigerian authors or publishers.




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