The Prostitute by Sesan Oguntade

A Christian romance novel on love, fury and extreme jealousy

The Prostitute: (A Christian Romance Fiction) Steve Davies, a strict, disciplined and morally upright company executive suddenly fell in love with a notorious, long-term prostitute, Serena. He took this strange love to another level. Find out more.

The prostitute

Don't 'Kill That Marriage or Take Your Life Until You've Read This Book!

Steve Davies, a strict, disciplined and morally upright company executive suddenly fell in love with a notorious, long-term prostitute, Serena. Despite strict warnings from his friends and relatives, Steve took this strange love to another level - he proposed marriage to Serena and went ahead to marry her.

This unusual engagement sparked off lots of matrimonial troubles, yet Steve was glad to put his love, his name, his home, and his reputation on the line for Serena.

Did the forces that bind such engagements come to the aid of Steve as he became a husband to a wife-prostitute?

Did Serena act like a pig who always returns to the mud?

Was Steve able to sustain his intimate love for his unusual wife?

A story of extreme love, fury, and jealousy.

This is a painful personal love story. A story of what deep and true love can do when gross infidelity and contrary societal opinions hold sway in a relationship.

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•This Christian Romance novel will help you to finally find the love that will save your ailing marriage.

•This book will help you to discover the mysterious extent of God’s love for you.

•Please don’t ‘kill’ that marriage until you have read the last word or statement in this book.

•You will learn the patience, perseverance, deep love, forgiveness that will save your marriage, family, and children’s future.

•You will find the love that is needed to believe in yourself, your ability, and your future. Your life will become more precious to you.

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Genre: RELIGION / Christian Life / Love & Marriage

Language: English

Keywords: christian romance novel, christian fiction on marriage, a love christian novel, adult novel on marriage, adult fiction Christian, christian story on relationships

Word Count: 31,408

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Sample text:

Along the street corner in the twilight, the darkness thickening very fast into the night walked a young man in his early thirties. He was grey-headed as an albatross and his eyes inside his dark glasses silently looking through a particular section of the street. He looks so well and grimly as if he was out on a gold hunt. His bold and blue face cap did much to cover the whole length of his face. His eyeglasses were so dark that it almost made him look like a runaway criminal. One would have said that he was a high-profile criminal trying his best to avoid the prying eyes of the rule of law.

Just before him stretched a long, laborious, dry, empty and dark road. The secrecy of this road’s appearance and make-up go a long way to speak volume of its occupation. The popular Allen Avenue, a sprawling metropolis in Lagos, Nigeria housed and harbored the people popularly called the ladies of the night. No one comes here at this period without a secret mission to play the night game.

“Steve, I’m just catching fun with these girls.” Bobby Tamor had said in one of their discussions some days ago.

“Catching fun,” Steve had replied. “With terrible ladies of the night, you must be out of your mind. You can’t walk barefoot on hot coals and not get blisters.”

“Why are you sounding so judgmental,’ Booby had said. “You know it’s not so good to pass judgment on others before you hear them out.”

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Vieru Raluca Maria
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Great job wordone. Highly recommended.
Already translated. Translated by Beatriz de Oliveira Monteiro Reis
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Great job done. Highly recommended.
Already translated. Translated by Alexander Sánchez

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