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.....Efe returns to Nigeria after years in the United States, dreaming of an uncomplicated life. However, her nights become plagued by nightmares of Kevwe Mukoro, her ex-fiancé. Long hours at work and drinking in nightclubs only provide temporary relief, and when she encounters Kevwe's twin brother, she knows it's a matter of time before Kevwe is back in her life.

Sparks fly when they finally meet again, but desire is no match for bitter memories of heartbreak. All these years, Efe believed she was rejected; now Kevwe claims he'd never stopped loving her. Stuck at a crossroads, Kevwe prefers to look to the future, but Efe is not so sure. Can the traumatic events of the past be resolved, and will she give in to rekindled love?........

To celebrate the release of Myne Whitman's second novel, A Love Rekindled, there will be a virtual party on Twitter today- Saturday, April 2, 2011 at 10am Pacific Time, 1pm Eastern Time, and 6pm UK and Nigeria Time.

A Twitter Party is a great way to have fun, make new followers, and this time you can win prizes too. During the A Love Rekindled Twitter Party we will be discussing ways to rekindled love, creative ways to apologise, and how to set your love on fire! Join the party by searching for the hashtag #torekindlelove and #ALRbook and adding both to your tweets that fit the discussion. You can also retweet other people's tweets if they are part of the party. To win prizes, all you have to do is tweet more!

Myne Whitman
Myne Whitman is her pen name. Born and raised in Enugu, Nigeria, where she spent most of her time, studying, reading and daydreaming or climbing trees and playing with the boys.
With a Master's degree in Public Health Research, Myne has chosen her childhood dream of spinning stories. After a few years in Edinburgh, Scotland, she now lives with her husband in Seattle, USA.

She writes and blog full-time, and also volunteers as an ESL
tutor for a local charity. She critiques with the Seattle Eastside Writers Meet-up and is also a member of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association.

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