Weekends are for Loving

Weekends are for Loving

4,500.00

Tobore Odi battles with her belief as she tries to heal from a painful experience. Work helps, but not when a nosy boss is thrown into the package. Stephen Doghor has is own battles to fight, but can’t help being drawn into Tobore’s drama, weekend after weekend. Can they help each other heal and find their faith?

Availability: 9 in stock Categories: , ,
  • Description
  • Reviews (3)

Description

Tobore Odi battles with her belief as she tries to heal from a painful experience. Work helps, but not when a nosy boss is thrown into the package. Stephen Doghor has is own battles to fight, but can’t help being drawn into Tobore’s drama, weekend after weekend. Can they help each other heal and find their faith?

3 reviews for Weekends are for Loving

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ejiro

    Not sure I remember the last time I finished a book. Outside of the ones that I narrate. But “Weekends are for Loving” is such a fantastic read and truly for romantics. I see it making a great movie too.

    I loved the descriptive skillset and how you gave us a feel of the cultural values of the south-south. This is such a beautiful story I couldn’t help but laugh out loud at some parts.

    I also love the subtle play of divinity in the whole story. Well done Pamela Agboga. This is truly classy. More ink to your pen.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    This is such an amazing book. I love how Tobor and Stephens relationship was fun and romantic and also love the way history and cultural practices were set in the book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    I absolutely positively loved it! The history, the culture and most importantly the display of God’s divine protection and guidance was wonderful. It was super fun to read. A movie of it would be 😍😍😍


Add a review

You've just added this product to the cart:

Show Buttons
Hide Buttons