Honey and spice : a novel.

Title Honey and spice : a novel.
Names Babalola, Bolu.
Book Number DB109265
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation "Sweet like plantain, hot like pepper. They taste the best when together.... Sharp-tongued (and secretly soft-hearted) Kiki Banjo has just made a huge mistake. As an expert in relationship-evasion and the host of the popular student radio show Brown Sugar, she's made it her mission to make sure the women of the African-Caribbean Society at Whitewell University do not fall into the mess of "situationships", players, and heartbreak. But when the Queen of the Unbothered kisses Malakai Korede, the guy she just publicly denounced as "The Wastemen of Whitewell," in front of every Blackwellian on campus, she finds her show on the brink. They're soon embroiled in a fake relationship to try and salvage their reputations and save their futures. Kiki has never surrendered her heart before, and a player like Malakai won't be the one to change that, no matter how charming he is or how electric their connection feels. But surprisingly entertaining study sessions and intimate, late-night talks at old-fashioned diners force Kiki to look beyond her own presumptions. Is she ready to open herself up to something deeper?" -- Provided by publisher. -- Unrated. Commercial audiobook.
Narrator Opia, Weruche.
Local Subject Women's Fiction - WFI
African American Topics (Fiction) - AFAMF
Commercial Audio - COMAU
Literature - British fiction - 823
Audience Notes Female narrator - FN
Unrated - Commercial Audio - UR
LC Subject Romance
Advice columnists - Fiction
Man-woman relationships - Fiction
Reputation - Fiction
Women, Black - England - Fiction
Fiction
Romance fiction
Fiction
Language English
Released 2022
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