The House Girl
Title: The House Girl
Author: Ufuomaee
Category: Fiction
Language: English
Price: ₦ 600
No. of Words: 39248
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  • Fiction
  • Drama
  • Scandal
  • Househelp
  • Marriage
  • Sex
  • Child Abuse
  • Mental Health
  • Christian
  • Love
  • Criminal Justice
  • Infidelity
  • Forgiveness
  • Secrets

Chinyere is excited when her Aunty Chinwe comes to take her to Abuja to work for a rich family, who have also promised to send her to school. However, six months later, she's still out of school and it looks like her emotionally unstable and needy Madam, Osinachi, has no plans on changing that. After a weird but special encounter with her Oga, Donald, Chinyere feels bold enough to bring up the issue with him, so that she can go to school like her mates. However, Osinachi's suspicions about the pair is awakened when Donald insists that Osinachi gets a nanny, so that Chinyere will have more time for her studies. Osinachi is determined to find out their secret, but is not ready for the other secrets that will be exposed, which threaten to destroy everything she has worked so hard to build...
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  • nenelee Wonderful book

    Reply Jan 12, 2019 4:07:47 PM
  • oadeyiga Amazing this is another wonderful story.... enjoyed this so much, it was educating and I appreciate the insight on mental illness.....\nKeep up the good work....\nGod bless....\n

    Reply Aug 17, 2018 3:27:02 AM
  • Rayj Great Another great read from Ufuomaee. A very 'now' and real life book, highlighting many issues of life without one losing the intriguing story. And with some twists along the way. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Reply Aug 16, 2018 7:31:32 AM
  • feyisolami I was spellbound I couldn't stop reading, once I started and after I had finished reading, I kept on clicking as I want more.. i enjoyed every bit if the story, very relatable, educative and appealing.

    Reply Aug 11, 2018 11:03:39 AM
  • meeshelle The House Girl I couldn't stop reading till I finished it. Very well out together Ufuoma. I loved the twist in the story. How you roped together the mental health and the issues associated with it. Very well done sister.

    Reply Aug 10, 2018 4:09:45 PM