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Mr. Right And Mrs. Wrong: (A Happy Ending Story)

Mr. Right And Mrs. Wrong: (A Happy Ending Story)

Tembo Nani
2/5 (1 ratings)
It was a ten room ground floor, typical face-me-I-face-you building where only six rooms were, in a rather impoverished settlement in an ancient town located somewhere in Lagos, a popular and commercial center in Nigeria. There in one of the rooms of the paltry building newly refurbished was where a young man, 5 feet 6 inches tall, popularly known among his friends as M2 stayed with Sola. It was about eight in the morning; the sky was clear. It looked so bright that one could tell that the day will be sunny if only the weather was that predictable by mere ocular lenses during the season of rain they were in.

There were bald patches of suffocating grasses that had suffered from feet stamping opening into the lean path leading to the building and luxuriant weeds randomly dispersed around the building. Craters holding dirty water formed from bad and long term water holding wide road from which the lean path branched off to the building. The families living there were very low income earners and bachelors struggling to keep their feet under them in the strained economy of the nation which no one knew when it would catch a better breath and assume good health.

M2 and Sola stayed in just one segmented room meagerly stocked with the necessary things because of space. The mattress lay helplessly on the floor having a good cover on it, to one corner was the wardrobe area where space was used in bits. Close to the entrance to the left was the kitchen cabinet where plates and cups and other utensils were kept. Food was cooked either in the passage close to the wall beside the room door or the common kitchen. The bathroom and toilet were detached from the main building at the back. They were such that except you’ve been living there, you won’t want to go there for convenience when pressed else, the press will disappear with the sight that would greet your senses to welcome your reception.

When he looked at her, all he could see was a mature mistake. To him, he was always the Mr. Right and she was the Mrs. Wrong but she was the darling of his soul when he first wooed her and they started the love affair. So what went wrong? They brought their case to a woman of God where cans of worms got blown open. No one could hide. Everyone has got a past but when it rears up its ugly head, who can stand the reality? They were sent on a mental journey in history to reorient Mrs. Wrong but also for Mr. Right to know he’s wrong – this was a story about Mr. and Mrs. Right but more of a three-fold cord that can never be broken with God holding the bond and crazy faith delivering the dividends. This beautiful couple had romance made like in heaven but this was on earth. She related this powerful African story filled with suspense, thrillers and mysteries about the family life story of this wonderful couple. When fortune gave way to fall and things spiraled to worse in the family, what would happen? Was theirs a happy ending story?

Somebody will get a new identity before leaving this encounter. Will it be Mr. Right? Is it Mrs. Wrong? How about you the reader? Will they take the new identity? What happened after the encounter with the truth? This is a book for all age grades from the teens to the adults and elders no matter the marital status. Among literature books containing short stories, this is surely going to be one you’ll not get enough of even after reading it the millionth time because the encounter therein will leave you blessed and make you keep coming back for more. This is definitely a life changing book with loads of learned lesson from the story.
Pages
169
Format
Kindle Edition

Mr. Right And Mrs. Wrong: (A Happy Ending Story)

Tembo Nani
2/5 (1 ratings)
It was a ten room ground floor, typical face-me-I-face-you building where only six rooms were, in a rather impoverished settlement in an ancient town located somewhere in Lagos, a popular and commercial center in Nigeria. There in one of the rooms of the paltry building newly refurbished was where a young man, 5 feet 6 inches tall, popularly known among his friends as M2 stayed with Sola. It was about eight in the morning; the sky was clear. It looked so bright that one could tell that the day will be sunny if only the weather was that predictable by mere ocular lenses during the season of rain they were in.

There were bald patches of suffocating grasses that had suffered from feet stamping opening into the lean path leading to the building and luxuriant weeds randomly dispersed around the building. Craters holding dirty water formed from bad and long term water holding wide road from which the lean path branched off to the building. The families living there were very low income earners and bachelors struggling to keep their feet under them in the strained economy of the nation which no one knew when it would catch a better breath and assume good health.

M2 and Sola stayed in just one segmented room meagerly stocked with the necessary things because of space. The mattress lay helplessly on the floor having a good cover on it, to one corner was the wardrobe area where space was used in bits. Close to the entrance to the left was the kitchen cabinet where plates and cups and other utensils were kept. Food was cooked either in the passage close to the wall beside the room door or the common kitchen. The bathroom and toilet were detached from the main building at the back. They were such that except you’ve been living there, you won’t want to go there for convenience when pressed else, the press will disappear with the sight that would greet your senses to welcome your reception.

When he looked at her, all he could see was a mature mistake. To him, he was always the Mr. Right and she was the Mrs. Wrong but she was the darling of his soul when he first wooed her and they started the love affair. So what went wrong? They brought their case to a woman of God where cans of worms got blown open. No one could hide. Everyone has got a past but when it rears up its ugly head, who can stand the reality? They were sent on a mental journey in history to reorient Mrs. Wrong but also for Mr. Right to know he’s wrong – this was a story about Mr. and Mrs. Right but more of a three-fold cord that can never be broken with God holding the bond and crazy faith delivering the dividends. This beautiful couple had romance made like in heaven but this was on earth. She related this powerful African story filled with suspense, thrillers and mysteries about the family life story of this wonderful couple. When fortune gave way to fall and things spiraled to worse in the family, what would happen? Was theirs a happy ending story?

Somebody will get a new identity before leaving this encounter. Will it be Mr. Right? Is it Mrs. Wrong? How about you the reader? Will they take the new identity? What happened after the encounter with the truth? This is a book for all age grades from the teens to the adults and elders no matter the marital status. Among literature books containing short stories, this is surely going to be one you’ll not get enough of even after reading it the millionth time because the encounter therein will leave you blessed and make you keep coming back for more. This is definitely a life changing book with loads of learned lesson from the story.
Pages
169
Format
Kindle Edition

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