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Langalethu Cima is young and ambitious – the perfect candidate to take on the demanding world of marketing. When she steamrolls her way onto the marketing campaign for the Rhadebe Omni-Chic Hotel, she isn’t prepared for the magnetism of CEO Lazola Rhadebe.
Determined to make Langa his, Lazola introduces her to a world of luxury and love, forcing her to re-evaluate her priorities. But fiercely independent Langa is equally determined not to be a rich man’s plaything. Can Lazola convince her that he desires more than just seduction? Will Langa allow herself to think with her heart just this once?
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Gorata Kwadiba has a plan. By the time she turns thirty in two years’ time, she wants to have made her mark as a Public Relations Officer, and to have married a successful man.
Ozee certainly doesn’t fit into her plans. However charismatic and handsome he is, Gorata can’t get over the fact that he’s a petrol attendant. She wants a man with drive and ambition. But Ozee is persistent and Gorata finally agrees to go on a date with him. It doesn’t take long, though, for Gorata to realise that there’s more to Ozee than his charm and good looks.
Burned out at twenty-seven, Nomvula Nkosi quits her job as a senior investment analyst at the JSE in search of a new start. She is soon offered a job as a nanny to Daniel Modise’s three-year-old daughter, though Nomvula is nervous and unsure about such a big change. But caring for little Mpho turns out to be so renewing and fulfilling that Nomvula even starts modern jazz dance classes for the first time in ten years.
Then there’s Mpho’s dad. CEO of Modise Electronics, Daniel Modise is charming and suave. But with a young daughter and a scheming ex-wife, does Daniel really have room in his life for another woman?
A tale of love and new beginnings.
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Love on the Menu
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Lebo Mokoena is an entertainment reporter for a popular daily newspaper.
Tired of the nine-to-five routine, she’s determined to start her own catering business with her mother and aunt. Then she’s introduced to Molemo Tladi at a party in Sebokeng.
The local “it” guy and a successful businessman, he’s the perfect man to guide her in setting up her business. Lebo is keen when Molemo offers to mentor her.
Soon however, Lebo discovers he’s perfect for more than just mentoring. If only he could realise that she’s not after his money.
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