Allow me to brag. I have some seriously talented family members. Please step forward Boakyewaa Glover, the author of Circles, Tendai and now The Justice. Those who have read every single post on this blog might remember that a few years ago Boakyewaa and I did a blog off after the launch of Circles. When I finished reading her book I gave it to my sister to read, and then she gave it to her friend, who passed it to another friend, who gave it to her brother (*ahem Kobina Graham), and I haven’t seen my copy of Circles since then. That’s how good the book is (grab your own copy, don’t be like my sister and her friends). So I had kind of assumed that Boakyewaa would continue to write stories like those in Circles – a coming of age story, convoluted romances, friendships – and then she completely blew me out of the window by writing a political thriller. Yes! I love it when a writer switches on you, but you know me, I had to ask her if there were any good scenes in The Justice and fortunately there is. Here is a snippet for your reading pleasure…
And then he was inside of her, all eight inches of him. Yes, she loved Reyn for his gentleness, determination, and sense of humor, but his long, thick, circumcised manhood was the icing on the cake. She groaned as he cupped her ass, burying himself deeper into her. She lifted her legs and bent them at the knee, giving him greater access and holding him in place.
Reyn buried his face against her neck, smelling her, kissing her, nibbling on her neck. She smelled like citrus from her favorite Dove shower gel. A shaky groan escaped him as she arched her pelvis upward to meet his thrusts. He could feel her thighs shaking, so he clenched his teeth and closed his eyes, forcing himself to stay in control. He was going to explode any minute, but he needed to wait for her. She was so wet and she felt so good, he knew he couldn’t hold his release off much longer. And then he felt her lose control as her wet lips clenched his hardness repeatedly and her nails dug into his back. He dug deeper and harder, and she screamed out in pleasure. As soon he felt her body relax beneath him, he let go, all of it.
Was that hot enough for you?
The launch of The Justice takes place this Saturday from 1pm-3pm at the Silverbird Lounge, Accra Mall followed by book signings from 3pm-7pm at the Silverbird store at the same venue.
I might be doing a reading (not necessarily of this piece) on the day so come hang out, meet my talented cousin Boakyewaa Glover, and chill with all of Accra’s literary minded folks.
See you? (and don’t be scared to come over and say hello when you do)