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She’s autistic; he’s gay. A marriage of convenience seemed like the perfect plan. Until it wasn’t. Tyrell Alagoa, a die-hard romantic, only believes in one thing—loving the right woman. When he found his missing piece in Janelle Lafayette, he wasted no time beginning plans to seduce her. Then he discovered she was not only engaged to be married to Ahmed Gusau, a northern billionaire and influential politician, but Ahmed had a burning grudge and an unsettled score to even out with him.

ISBN: 978-978-991-169-1

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    Bookish Gbemi

    Reading Haven was fun. The writing style is smooth and everyday English-ish (A style I enjoy seeing in fiction. I don’t like too much grammar.)

    The premise is that Janelle, an autistic Nigerian agreed to marry her gay best friend so he can hide his sexual identity and go into politics. But her plan was threatened when she went to an exotic resorts and met Tyrell.

    If you’re like me who reads for pleasure, you’d enjoy reading Haven. Not to mention learning more about autism through Janelle.

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Timi Waters is a West African writer. Her love for psychology and thought-provoking books led her into asking questions, finding answers, and asking more questions. While Haven is her first published work, Timi has written and published short stories which featured in international bestselling anthologies. Her eBooks, The Red Lines Trilogy topped OkadaBooks and Bambooks bestseller charts for weeks. When Timi is not writing, she’s poring over non-fiction and psychological thrillers, hosting tea parties with her characters, and lip-syncing to Nicki Minaj and Eminem’s rap. She currently lives in Lagos, Nigeria with her husband and a shelf full of books.
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Author: Timi Waters