Reggae Love: Love in the African Way - Three White Women, One Black Man, Volume 1

The funny and exiting search for the white Mrs. Visa A true story, beyond what is possible to imagine - A Novel

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Beschreibung des Verlags

Johnny Walker is a young African man from Cameroon, who wants to be successful. He comes from a good family, but his world falls apart when his father dies. After his father’s death, it becomes clear that he was in extreme debt and Johnny was now without money. But he never complained, never whined and was always in a good mood. He accepted things the way they were and tried to benefit from them. He is an imaginative, extremely positive man and finances his life with small intermediary deals and rich, married women. He is a hero with the ladies because of his art of love and manners. He lives quite tranquilly with his teenage love and wife Rita with whom he has two children. For years, he has wanted to leave Cameroon and emigrate to America, Canada or Europe. Unfortunately, until now, his endeavours of receiving a visa have all failed and he finds a new tactic on the internet: marrying a white woman and emigrating to Europe. Then, he wants to introduce his wife Rita as his sister and bring her to him. For that, he creates and incredible, unique plan that a normal person would not think of. On his search for a fitting tourist, he must go to Kribi where there is not only a white, empty beach going on for miles, but also many European tourists. He meets a group of Germans and befriends them. When he begins a passionate affaire with the 23-year-old Carla – during which the two discover and act out their most secret sexual sides – the first step into a better life seems to have been made, but there are some surprises waiting for Johnny, Carla as well as the reader when, in the end, Johnny must decide between three white women.

GENRE
Liebesromane
ERSCHIENEN
2022
27. Januar
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
UMFANG
303
Seiten
VERLAG
Indayi edition Darmstadt
GRÖSSE
2
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