Can’t wait Wednesday: Husband Hunting 202 by Glory Abah

Hello lovelies!

How has your week been going? I hope it’s been fruitful and I wish you better days ahead.

Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Wishful Endings, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating. Although this is not a weekly feature on this blog, I am always happy to share any book(s) I am anticipating it’s release.

Today I am anticipating to read a book by Glory Abah titled “Husband Hunting 202” which is the second book in her Husband Hunting series. I read the first book in this series and I must say it is oe of my best reads this year. I am particularly looking forward to reading this one because it is a romantic comedy and I am always up for one. I hope it would be as good or even better than the first book.

Husband Hunting 202

Expected Publication Date: October 19th, 2021

Pages: 450

Genre: Romance

Synopsis: People say that a man and a woman’s friendship is like that of a goat and yam. One day, the goat will eat the yam.

They are wrong.

I have been best friends with Benjamin (Benji for short) for nine years and counting. No yam has been eaten so far, neither will it be eaten. Nothing can come in between our friendship.

But as my thirtieth birthday is approaching and I’m still as single as a pringle,  I triple my efforts to find a husband. After all, a girl cannot marry herself.

Unfortunately, Benji is cranky and unsupportive of my plans. How can he not understand that I need a husband?

Then I find out he is in love with me. In fact, he has always been in love with me.

Well, this yam does not want to be eaten. All I feel for Benji is friendship and nothing else.

Until he kisses me.

One kiss can ruin everything and suddenly, I am not sure anymore if all I feel for Benji is friendship.

Love and friendship cannot mix. Right?


The Author:

Glory Abah

Glory Abah is a die-hard romantic. She loves reading books that make her smile and now, she writes them too. She is also a Creative Writing Coach and hopes to build a new generation of African writers.


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