• Black Sparkle Romance

    Mira is ambitious and creative but she’s stuck as a PA to the ruthless editor of fashion magazine Black Sparkle. A string of disastrous dates threatens to put her off men forever. And then she crashes into the Mercedes of tiger-eyed Dominic. Mira’s luck changes when she’s promoted to assistant editor, but Dominic is the photographer for her first edition in charge. Sparks fly as the creative energy of two talented individuals fuels a heady mix of fear and desire.

  • A Tailor-Made Romance

    Phoenix Advertising Agency star Tishe is looking forward to her first date with sharply-dressed Adnan. She is shocked when she discovers that he is a tailor. She vows that there will be no second date … ever. But once they share a goodnight kiss, everything changes. They embark on a whirlwind romance as she struggles to reconcile her disapproval for Adnan’s profession with her burning desire for him. Will Tishe give Adnan a chance? Find out in this racy romance.

  • A Taste of Love

    They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. But this delectable romance has Toby, manager of the Bar-Rage, winning over feisty mum and successful baker Adoo with his delicious pizza, suave good looks and his calm, confident demeanour. Soon, Adoo and Toby are enjoying spontaneous dates. Adoo loves how Toby treats her son, and is thrilled to find a man her son approves of. Will Toby and Adoo commit or will they only have A Taste of Love?

  • The Elevator Kiss

    A steamy romance set in the beautiful city of Cape Town. It’s Christmas and Sindi has been invited to her friend’s stunning new apartment for dinner. She finds herself in the elevator with a handsome man in a dashing blue suit. Their impromptu kiss under the mistletoe ignites unanticipated desire. But Sindi is focused on rebuilding her life after a messy break-up. Edward is the last thing she needs. Or so she thinks.

  • Love’s Persuasion

    Things are changing at Lagos firm City Finance. But for Ada Okafor, a bright and dedicated trainee, the only change worth noticing is the dashing, new British-trained assistant MD, Tony Okoli. Ambitious and determined, Ada ignores her feelings for Tony and focuses on juggling her work in accounts with studying. But the two are drawn together and they embark on a secret and passionate affair. Their love is truly tested as they fight to persuade themselves and the world that love, in the end, trumps social status.

  • Finding Love Again

    Kambi thinks the serene Obudu Mountain Resort is the perfect place to finish her poetry collection and heal her broken heart. But along comes Beba, the gorgeous man from her past who reignites the spark between them. Can Kambi resist Beba’s charms and keep up the pretence of being his fake fiancee to help him in his quest to find his mother? Or will a phony engagement be the key for Kambi to begin Finding Love Again?

  • Hair, It’s A Family Affair

    A celebration of black hair, through the vibrant and varied hairstyles found in a single family. With Mylo Freeman’s trademark colourful illustrations, this entertaining book will show young black children the joys that can be found through their hair, and remind other children of the many different types of hair that can be found in the world around them.


    Author: Mylo Freeman | Print ISBN: 978-1911115021 | Format: Picture Book | No. of Pages: 28 | Pub. Date:  12th September 2018

    £6.99
  • On Ajayi Crowther Street

     

    On the noisy Ajayi Crowther Street in Lagos, neighbours gather to gossip, discuss noise complaints, and faithfully head to church each Sunday. But beneath the surface lies a hidden world of clandestine love affairs, hidden pregnancy, spiritual quackery and hypocrisy, that threatens to destroy the community from within.

    On Ajayi Crowther Street peels back the curtains on the lives of Reverend Akpoborie and his family, to reveal a tumultuous world full of secrets and lies. His only son, Godstime, is struggling to hide his sexuality from his parents whilst his daughter Keturah must hide the truth of her pregnancy by her pastor boyfriend to preserve her and her family’s image. But it is the Reverend himself who hides the darkest secret of them all, as his wondering eye lands on Kyauta, their young live-in maid.

    From £3,600.00
  • Princess Arabella is a Big Sister

    The newest title in the popular Princess Arabella series! Princess Arabella can’t wait to have a younger sibling to play with. But what would be most fun – a brother or a sister? Sisters seem great… until she meets Prince Mimoun’s sister. A brother then? Princess Ling’s brothers seem like too much trouble! What do Mum and Dad have in store for Princess Arabella?


    Author: Mylo Freeman | Print ISBN: 978-1911115717 | Format: Picture Book | No. of Pages: 28 | Pub. Date: 19th March 2019

    £6.99
  • Princess Arabella and the Giant Cake

    A new title in the popular ‘Princess Arabella’ series. It is almost Granny’s birthday and Princess Arabella and her friends set out to bake the most DELICIOUS and most GIGANTIC cake in the entire world. But who will be the winner – Princess Arabella, Prince Mimoen, Princess Sophie or Princess Ling?

    A delightful picture book for children aged 3+


    Author: Mylo Freeman | Print ISBN: 978-1911115427 | Format: Picture Book | No. of Pages: 28 | Pub. Date: 26th April 2017

    £6.99
  • The Lazarus Effect

    Voinjama Johnson is an investigative journalist for the Cape Town magazine Urban. Her life is a mess and Vee’s been seeing things: a teenage girl in a red hat that goes hand-in-hand with the debilitating episodes she is loath to call ‘panic attacks’.

    When Vee spots a photo of the girl from her hallucinations at a local hospital, she launches an investigation, under the pretext of writing an article about missing children. With the help of her oddball assistant Chloe Bishop, she’s soon delving into the secrets of the fractured Fourie and Paulsen families. What happened to Jacqui Paulsen, who left home two years ago and hasn’t been seen since?

    The Lazarus Effect is a gripping new addition to the African crime genre from a talented debut author.


    Author: H.J. Golakai | Print ISBN: 978-1911115083 | E-book ISBN: 978-1911115090 | Format: Paperback | No of Pages: 358 | Pub Date: May 2016

    £2,400.00
  • Princess Arabella Mixes Colours

    Princess Arabella thinks her room is boring. So she decides she’s going to do something about that – all by herself.She mixes up some paints and in no time at all her room looks fabulous.

    The latest book about the popular little Princess Arabella, with fun information about mixing colours.


    Author: Mylo Freeman | Print ISBN: 978-1911115120 | Format: Picture Book | No. of Pages: 28 | Pub. Date: April 2016

    £6.99
  • Princess Arabella’s Birthday

    It’s Princess Arabella’s birthday. She wants a very special present. But will she get what she wants?

    A happy story about birthdays!


    Author: Mylo Freeman | Print ISBN: 978-1911115137 | Format: Picture Book | No. of Pages: 28 | Pub. Date: April 2016

    £6.99
  • Every Girl is a Princess

    A charming novelty picture book that will entertain even the youngest readers.

    Try and match each crown with a princess – and then see who appears on the final page!


    Author: Mylo Freeman | Print ISBN: 978-1911115021 | Format: Hardback Picture Book | No. of Pages: 28 | Pub. Date: 30th April 2017

    £9.99
  • Mayowa and The Masquerades

    Mayowa is unhappy because he has been told he will be visiting his grandmother in Ilisan. When he gets there, grandma pairs him up with the ever-hungry, fun- loving Denuyi. Together, they explore the town and all its wonders. By the time he returns to Lαgos, Mαyowa learns that there is more to life than computer games…


    Author: Lola Shoneyin | Print ISBN: Nigeria: 978-9784851886 | Print ISBN: UK: 978-1911115144 | Format: Picture Book | No of Pages: 32 |  Pub Date: Nigeria: 2010 | Pub Date: UK 2016

    £6.99
  • A Fun ABC

    Join Adanah on an alphabetical adventure as she goes to visit her grandfather in Modakeke, Nigeria. Every letter, from A to Z, is featured in this African alphabet book, including C for a camera to take pictures, E for an eagle spied above the trees, P for a pump for fetching water, and S for stories told by Auntie Sumbo.

    Adana recalls with excitement a memorable experience at her Granddad’s village and the relaxed pace of rural life compared to the hustling city that she lives in. Her audience is her best friend Zainab, to whom she extends an invite to join her, when next she returns.

    Written in a bouncing rhyming style, children will learn while having fun as they join Adanah on her school holiday adventure!

    The book is geared towards a reading age of 4-7 and the characters are positive models for the African culture, food and way of life.


    Author: Sade Fadipe | Print ISBN: 978-1911115151 | Format: Picture Book | No. of Pages: 32pp | Pub. Date: June 2016

    £6.99
  • Eno’s Story

    Eno lives happily with her father, until one day he disappears in an accident. Her uncle says that she is a “witch” who has caused her father’s death. She goes through many struggles before moving in with other children who have also been called “witches” and have been sent away from home.

    This moving story, with moments of humour and sadness, shows how Eno uses courage and her imagination to make the best of a difficult situation. Young readers will be gripped while also learning about how an organisation such as Stepping Stones Nigeria can help children in Eno’s situation.


    Author: Ayodele Olofintuade | Print ISBN: 979-89789037520 | Format: 149 x 203mm | No of Pages: 48 | Pub Date: 2010