Newton, MA -- Nov 18, 2012 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- Book Club Reading List today announced that An Engagement Challenge has been included in its expanding list of tomes from which book clubs can schedule the author to attend their meetings. Every quarter, Book Club Reading List disseminates a newsletter to book clubs around the country detailing the authors that have joined their program. An Engagement Challenge offers book clubs a chance to discover a contemporaryvibrant Africa that is not seen on CNN.
Ms. Taye has made herself available by Skype to attend book club meetings and discuss her novel, An Engagement Challenge. To read more about her book or learn how to plan a time with Ms. Taye, please visit her book's page on Book Club Reading List -- bookclubreading.com/an-engagement-challenge/.
About An Engagement Challenge
In An Engagement Challenge, when savvy PR consultant Ijay Amadi meets successful industrialist Paul Arinze, the only things on her mind are to forget the pain of her failed relationship and enjoy the delights his branding touch and soul-searing kiss promise. It's a one-time-only event. Perfect.
However, Paul is annoyed to wake up and find her gone the next morning. He isn't ready to forget the dark-haired beauty or their scorching night together just yet. So he plans to have Ijay right where he wants her-in Abuja, working on his latest business project by day and enjoying the pleasure of his bed by night.
Except when Ijay arrives, she's wearing another man's engagement ring. With the explosive desire between them threatening their priorities and loyalties, the stakes get higher by the minute. Who'll be left standing at the altar when Ijay walks down the aisle?
About Book Club Reading List
Book Club Reading List (BCRL) publishes a quarterly book newsletter that introduces book clubs to authors who have agreed to make themselves available to participate in book club meetings. Using the author contact details provided on BCRL, book clubs can arrange to have authors attend book club meetings by Skype, telephone, or in-person (when possible). For more information, please visit bookclubreading.com.