This is the fourth book in this series and I must say my best out of all of them.
Ozioma is the life of the party. The boisterous and outspoken one out of all Ginika’s Bridesmaids. She may tend to rub you off the wrong way sometimes but it always comes from a good place.
Ozioma had a vision of how her future husband should be and when she hooked up with Onoche she thinks her days of being single are almost over. However, after meeting his family and their shenanigans, she is unsure if he is really her knight in shiny armor. Banji, her best friend for years is also not comfortable with Ozioma’s choice but his reasons are quite different from Oziomas’. Ultimately, she is left to choose between a “spec” she has conjured up in her mind and the true love interest that is right before her. This is a story about the travails of being a single Nigerian woman, friendship, marriage, body shaming, self discovery, family and true love.
This book took me on a rollercoaster ride but it was worth my time and energy. I have always loved Ozioma’s character from all the other books but this time it went full circle. What I loved the most about this story was the core message which bothers on what is most important when making a choice about who we would spend the rest of our life with. It also highlights how our culture and society puts women most especially under so much pressure to get married when they get to a certain age. I loved everything about this book including the parts that made me mad. I loved the way the author wrote this story with a lot of wit which made for some laugh out loud moments. I highly recommend.
Also check out my reviews on the other books in this series.
Rating: 5 Stars
Published: September 24th 2021
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