BOOKS BY IRENE AYO ASUEN
"We all have drama in our lives, some more than others ..."
Not Quite Imperfect is a character-driven, drama-filled story that explores human connection, tragedy, betrayal, survival and redemption. Ian usually counted on his good looks and irresistible charisma to get him out of life’s sticky binds. More importantly, these attributes were his gifts to women. That is, until he met Kendra Mercury and everything became, well, complicated ...
Kendra was the total package. Men constantly made passes at her but it was Ian that made her heart soar. However, after she met Ian, ‘smart, sensible Kendra,’ became, well … someone else. But the way Kendra saw it, ‘no one knew Ian,’ like she did …
And then there was Peter.’ From the moment that Peter met Kendra, he just knew that she was the face of his heart …
There was no denying that Kendra and Ian had quite the effect on each other, or that Kendra and Peter also had quite the effect on each other. Ian was used to getting what he wanted, Peter was secured in his ability to keep what he had, and Kendra did whatever Kendra wanted. This led to one big, complicated mess …
And of course, there was the matter of Liana. Rejected by the man that gave her life but accepted by another that loved her like his flesh and blood, Liana was in the middle of the triangle that was Kendra, Ian and Peter but for different reasons. However, on one faithful day, life threw Kendra, Ian, Peter and everyone else in-between, a curveball. Suddenly, everyone is tested to the brink, and Liana’s ability to ever live a healthy life again, hung in a balance as they are all thrust into a unique situation ... but not for reasons that you think …
Nobody Told Me
Irene Ayo Asuen
Five Short Stories
Just My Opinion, But...
Quotes, Vol. 1
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Nobody Told Me is a collection of five short stories as the characters, tell their stories in their own ways:
“I have to expose myself in order to free myself.”
“Outside Looking In: Dark”
So, so, so much
“A familiar stranger but nobody told me”
"I always have something to say.
and sometimes, even in quotes"