Synchronized Hearts

Synchronized Hearts

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All Boluwatife Coker wants is a stable job. Nothing more, nothing less. The rest doesn't matter. When she finally achieves that, will she be able to concentrate solely on that with her arrogant yet irresistibly attractive boss around?_____If you are born in Nigeria that is one set back in life. And if you are born into an average middle-class family with no connections to the upper class in the society, you have just earned two stumbling blocks simultaneously.Boluwatife Coker is a fresh graduate who just badged a second class upper degree, mass communication to be precise in the prestigious University of Lagos. She has swept the entire streets of Lagos with her feets all in the name of searching for a job.But what happens when she gets a promising job, a good pay, and an arrogant, billionaire jerk as a boss. A sweet cocky bastard that makes her heart race frantically in ways words can not describe.

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BLAZINGINK
One great book. Everything about the book is so appealing. I'll definitely read till the end!!! Great one Author!
2022-08-17 23:42:24
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Seunpeace
A book filled with emotions... one of the best Nigerian books I've read so far.
2022-04-13 17:19:51
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Samirah Subair
I love the title
2022-01-18 03:06:20
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Thorns
Great book
2021-01-23 08:31:04
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Rachel felix
nice book 👍
2021-01-10 16:42:39
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CammyBree
when you feel closer to a book because the setting is in your continent
2021-01-04 10:02:50
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Niffy Tiffy
I love the book cover
2021-01-03 16:22:16
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Camilla Jones
I just got started and from the chapters I have read, I can tell this story is going to be a bomb... great work Author
2020-12-19 20:31:26
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O.A Judith
waiting eagerly for an update❤
2020-12-16 01:10:58
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Mitch
With the cover alone, o know the book is going to be amazing!!!
2020-12-15 21:44:01
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Nita
Amazing story plot. This book makes my toe curl in excitement. Kudos to this awesome writer
2020-12-12 01:56:11
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Raqeebah Solanke
African books are amazing, this book gives the original Lagos vibe...i love it, can't wait to trade coins for it
2020-12-11 21:15:35
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Raqeebah Solanke
Intriguing blurb
2020-12-11 21:13:56
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Raqeebah Solanke
Beautiful book cover
2020-12-11 21:13:33
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Grace Rivers
First, I love the narrative style, And then second, I love the blurb 🤩
2020-12-11 20:54:43
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20 Chapters
Chapter one
Whoever said life is not a bed of roses must have studied it critically from a broader view and successfully captured the raw factuality in a few words. Life is a chemistry set. Reactions waiting to be discovered, full of experiments and surprises. The mind must take what it is given and make best of it, never losing hope that more beauty will come.For an organized and consciously meticulous person, I have had my whole life planned out. Graduate at the age of twenty, work and become a millionaire by twenty-three, get married by twenty-five. Have two kids by thirty and tour the whole world with my family. A perfect and organized plan indeed. But not until life decided to strike me with its own trials and tribulations, shatter my extremely thought out plan, leaving me in a puddle of a mess as I try to pick up my pieces.Not in my twenty-three years of existence did I imagine that within the span of eight months, I would have swept the entire streets
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Chapter two
I remember how I once read so hard for an exam. I read majority of the book and decided to sleep for an hour, after which I will read the remaining parts. I woke up hours later to discover that I was late for the exam. I told myself that since I have read most of the book then I should ace the exam.So with pride and confidence, I strode into the hall, received insults from the invigilator for coming late and finally sat for the exam. It turned out that the exam was only two questions that were intertwined and I couldn't answer question number two without answering number one. It was one of the most disappointing, awkward and embarrassing moment of my life. But does that disappointment supersede this?Burning rage and irritation seeped through my body like a deadly poison, screeching a demanded release in the form of unwanted violence. It was like a volcano erupting. The moment the man said the usual phrase of we will get back to you when I refused
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Chapter three
I was in a bank six years ago trying to create a student account since I was newly admitted. I still remember the horrible feeling of realizing that it wasn't a joke, movie scene, or my imagination. It was real, all if it was real and it was actually happening.Five men with guns inside hollered, "don't move or we will blow your mother-fucking brains off!" I remembered feeling panicked, helpless and tensed. I have never felt so helpless like that in my entire life. It felt like time stopped while everything was going on, my hearts hammered furiously in my ribcage as it looked for where to run for safety and dump my body. I felt totally terrified and helpless.Sitting with my boyfriend beside me in a family dinner with mom and my brother awoke that buried feelings. It brought back the petrified feelings in an intensive wave. My boyfriend tangled his hands with mine under the table and I rubbed his palms soothingly and reassuringly. 
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Chapter four
"Look at this silly guy." Harriet pointed at the TV with scorn on her face."He has such a beautiful wife yet he cheats on her with someone that looks like she is wearing Halloween mask on her face." I hissed, rubbing my legs that were folded beneath in yoga style."Men are just so despicable." She frowned, changing the station."Objection my ladies!" Fridaous hollered, raising his hands in defence. "I take an exception to that, not all men are like that." He continued."But why do they really cheat, what do they want from us?" Harriet turned to Fridaous, folding her arms to her chest."Don't ladies cheat too?" He fired, raising a brow."But guys cheating has become so common and rampant these days." I butted in."Most ladies chase the bag using their body and the guys just want to catch the cruise." He hugged a throw pillow. "It such a pity most girls translate it
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Chapter five
I once had the urge to use the toilet urgently but was stuck in the traffic jam for hours. I had to swallow my pride and distort in a nearby bush to relieve myself. It was one of the terrible moments of my life I will never forget.The inability to find something around the house when it's always in the same place irritates the hell out of me. I spent three hours pulling my hair out of frustration while searching for my phone all over the room. All it took was a phone call-- a phone call to realize it was in my pocket all along. I have never felt more stupid after that.The engine of my car sputtered to life after thirty minutes of patience, persistence and hard work while I ran late for my interview. The car hissed out a horrible sound like that of an old man dying. Dripping black oil stained my fingers, ear-splitting bangs shook me about like biscuits in a tin. With a loud fart, a cloud of smoke blasted out from the exhaust pipe and everything wen
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Chapter six
We crossed the busy road holding hands and spotted some tricycles waiting for passengers. Keke Napep is popularly known as a four-person vehicle with three passengers occupying the back seats and a passenger sitting with the rider up front.We approached a Keke Napep that has two passengers sitted already so we mounted it as well to complete the ride. Bankole sat with the rider at the front while I sat at the back, sandwiched between two fat market women who wouldn't stop lamenting on the increment in cassava.The woman at my right side was oozing terribly and the moment she raised her flabby arms to give the driver money, her foul stench loitered over my small frame and drained me of oxygen for some seconds before I recovered. my intestines died and resurrected as the horrible smell mixed with sweat slapped me hard in the face. One of the terrible reasons I hated taking public transport.The woman on my left side decided to alight
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Chapter seven
When I was in senior secondary school, I remember learning about idiomatic expressions. I used to wonder what kind of dumb phrase was, to wish the ground will open up and swallow you.First, how the hell was it possible for the ground to suddenly split up like an earthquake and swallow a person? How logical and realistic could that be?I didn't quite agree with the phrase, but anyway, for the sake of coming out in flying colours in my exams, I accepted the definition, hook, line, and sinker. I remember my teacher used to say it meant one wish to escape or some instant relief from being mortified or extremely embarrassed. It was today I realized that what an adult can see while sitting, a youth will never see it even if it is right under their nose, or even if they are at the top of an aeroplane.All of a sudden, I craved for the ground to open up and swallow me. All I wanted was to curl up into a ball
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Chapter eight
I have been working in Access bank headquarters for two weeks now and that two weeks was the most physically and mentally exhausting moment of my life. Do you remember how I said working for the arrogant boss for a year can't be that bad? Well, that's a lie because it is freaking worse. Working with that Yoruba demon named Alexander Adebayo, popularly known as Billionaire Alex has been tormenting. There was nothing I ever did that pleased him. Everyone naturally assumed that pregnant women and women on their period are the only nagging people in the world. Well, who knew a certain billionaire jerk nags as well.Whenever he told me to do some calculations, he never failed to tell me to redo them at least, fifteen times a day. Well, maybe I'm that bad in mathematics. And when he tells me to print out something, he ends up scolding me claiming the print out isn't clear enough. His never-ending demands of excessive print outs due to my punishment
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Chapter nine
I was once an underage high school student and was at the strip club. Okay calm down geniuses, it was one of those moments of my life when I wanted to do crazy things like jump in the middle of an ocean next to a shark and tick them off my bucket list. Yes, I had a bucket list back then which had crazy contents I wanted to explore. I am yet to plot a new one because I have been so busy.So, I felt and thought I was never going to be caught, so I might as well give it a trial. I mean what is the worst thing that could ever happen?But on the contrary, I later got caught by my Christain religious studies teacher who was holier than thou in my school. She happened to be performing on the stage. It was embarrassing and crazy to think of. It was one of the moments that got stuck in my ever-green memory. It was a horrible experience but I can only hope and pray that today doesn't get even more horrible for me.The t
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Chapter ten
In Nigeria, there are some adventures you are very sure will hardly scale through Saturday, being a work-free day.Saturdays in Nigeria are known for sanitation, laundry, morning devotion, weddings, owambe, and party jollof rice. Talking about weddings, mom attended a wedding party. Mom's friend, who knows a certain someone that knows another person who is related to the bride's family invited her. Fridaous on the other hand will never miss an opportunity to devour a smoky jollof rice and munch on deliciously prepared stewed goat meat.I recently just finished my house chores and I'm currently in the kitchen making breakfast. White rice and egg sauce while Harriet is busy washing the dishes. It must come as a shock that a certified high class, slay queen like Harriet is doing the dishes. Well, turned out she lost her Instagram pageantry and has to continue washing plates for two weeks."Instagram diva? Madam Fashion pageantry?" I pe
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