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Tiwa Adetoye is a creative brand with a focus on Fashion Business Development, and Contemporary Christian Fiction with the pen name T.A. Tieri.



(3 customer reviews)


Title: Uneven

Author: T.A. Tieri

ISBN: 979-88-1179-1750

Page Count: 244 pages

Trim & Format: 5.5″X8.5″ Paperback

Genre: Contemporary Christian Fiction

Category: Adult

Available in eBook and Paper back print


At twenty-eight, gorgeous-looking and God-believing Bradley Madison seems normal from the outside, but he has had to walk a very different and challenging path every day of his life to be the man he is. And when all seems to finally fall in place, the clouds go dark again, and time stands still. Because of the one secret he omitted by choice, the one person he longs to be with may not be riding out the waves with him. His best friend cannot help him because of the deception he never meant. He comes to the delayed crossroad and is forced to face his fears or risk starting all over.

Headstrong and smart Melanie Reed could not be happier about how her life has taken a turn for good. She’s an orphan who’s finally learned the concept of love but still struggles to accept it. Her dreams are fast becoming a reality—until she learns she may have traded her heart too soon and to the wrong man. Then she learns that her best friend is fast drowning again.

Enjoy the journey of faith, hope, and love.


3 reviews for UNEVEN BY T.A. TIERI (eBooks)

  1. Olanike

    It’s a highly impressive write up. Very detailed and descriptive. Showed comprehensive knowledge of different aspects of like, quite vast and it’s obvious you did a lot of reading and research to put that together. well done.
    I appreciate you capturing the love of God not just towards a strong believer like Bradley, but also towards imperfect ones like Mel…
    In Summary, it a good write up that helps one to empathize and show love like Christ expects

  2. Lanre

    This novel makes such a good read- no matter your background or affinities! Several parts bring up either a smile or a lump in the throat but more importantly, the story is a great encouragement for anyone who has a challenging child. I love the flashbacks because they make it seem to me like a movie with the usual monochrome or greyscale effect while the rest of the story was in technicolor. I am a senior but the romance paragraphs kinda shaved off a handsome number of years! I will read this again while we await T. A’s next one. LA

  3. Oluwaseun

    A captivating story about the importance of faith, love, family and friendship…

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