You came into me,
Oh how you conquered me!
Alas! You did not stay,
You went away with the dawn,
My heart you took away with you.
Come again into me my love.
I am sitting here waiting,
My thought is dancing around the mystery date.
A smile is coming to my face, he is a fine man i imagine.
I am crossing my leg and pointing the high heel stilleto of my left foot,
I am rehearsing a seductive smile and that voice.
Here he comes! Just the way he is in my fantasy land.
Fine man indeed!
“Hello pretty, did I keep you waiting for long?”
The sound of his huskiness is just as he looks.
I am overcome by his presence.
He is touching me,
I am loving the feel of his unsmooth palm,
“Don’t stop,” I mutter.
He is stroking my arm,
“Don’t stop,” I am near moan.
“Wake up! We are getting late.”
Oh! This fine man was just a dream.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Is sex really a proof of love?
Is it really a spiritual affair as some claim?.
How come some religious bodies do not treat the issue of fornication/adultery and abstinence/faithfulness like other motivational subjects?
Do you know that some people are ashame to the even say the word sex, others feel it’s a dirty topic to discuss with young people in religious gathering?
It is purely a lack of knowlegde to assume that the issue of sex is not important to God.
This book will show you some misconceptions about love and sex and what God says about them.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Emike Oyemade, a graduate of Mass Communication has committed her life to reaching out to young people and bringing out the best in them.
A writer and a speaker, she is very passionate about speaking to young people about the bible’s stand on sex and love.
She lives in Lagos with her husband and their two lovely children
She can be reached on 234-802 660 3057 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for counseling.