His African Sweetheart – Part 8

Author’s Note:

This is part 8 is almost 6000 words, which is why it took me so long to write. I’ve been given myself ten days to post out between because the day to day chapter drop was killing me. I’m getting back in the rhythm and I’m sorry I’ve made Aeden so damn awful but you know I gotta incorporate real life in this because too much romance is just harking on some magical fairy or the fates desiring that love is going to come easy and we know it doesn’t.

People hurt and if you never get over the pain of hurt all the good love in the world will never save them.

So Aeden is a lot like me in my journey to heal. I will admit I hurt a lot of people but unlike Aeden I was honest in the beginning. The people I hurt just forgot the terms and conditions of the original agreement.  That’s a long backstory I’m not about to go into.

I should warn you this is my Tarantino part. the timeline jumps all over the place but in the end, it should come together. Let me know what you think in the comments. I would love to hear what you think of Aeden and where you think this might go.

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His African Sweetheart

Part 8

By Sylvia Hubbard

Part 8

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21 thoughts on “His African Sweetheart – Part 8

  1. I can’t stand Aden!!! How could he do that to Enola? I hope he comes around and realize he had a thing with Enola. I hope Naaji doesn’t stab Enola in the back.

  2. Enola forgot that her man’s sense of smell is better then that of a dog, the way she was dressed, and the way her son reacted to her may have given him a clue it was her.

  3. I absolutely love this story line and can’t wait to see where you take this. I have been reading your books for years and I’m rarely disappointed. So happy to see that you are getting back into the swing of writing keep up the great job you are doing. Can’t wait to purchase the book when it goes to publication 🙏

  4. Wow Aeden has teuly pissed me off but i believe he is mad because he still love her and this Petea chick is just a wasted space business deal….I still dont trust Nahji especially around the baby but with Shadow around even though she says ahe dont owe her anymore she has someone on her side if Nahji do the unthinkable…..so looking forward to his next move, keep up the great writing Sylvia!!!

  5. I figured Aedan was up to no good!!! I wonder if Naaji somehow found out what was going on and told Aedan. I wouldn’t put it pass her to tell Aedan about Angela. I wouldn’t be surprised if she takes Angela while Enola is sleeping and try to make a deal with Aedan to get herself out of the miess she is in. I’m glad to hear Shadow is in the picture. She is a very unique character with alot of mystery around her. If anyone can help Enola it would be her. Looking forward to whats going to happen next. I also think Aedan really loves Enola but is acting like a “jackass.”

  6. Lawd I knew it was a bad idea when ole girl sat down. Dude so hellbent on getting revenge that he doesn’t see what kind of mess he is placing his son in. What if ole girl develops resentment towards his son. This is too much. I still would have let her sister jump off a curb. No help!

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