Cheryl Robinson, a bright voice in African-American fiction, delivers a fresh tale of love in the modern world.
Porter is a handsome Detroit firefighter who just got burned by his cheating girlfriend. Winona is a single mom who is getting by despite an old secret that haunts her. When Porter and Winona meet, they must face their pasts to allow their present romance to grow.
©2005 Cheryl Robinson (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
I was pleased with both of the narrators and with the actual story line. This book developed well; nothing was drawn out or suspenseful. Listeners can relate to both of the main characters, who are hiding secrets from each other and from the world, but who fall in love with each other despite their flaws. The ending was sell served by the author. I look forward to buying her sequel. I highly recommend this book to everyone who is not perfect but who is at least honest about it.
This was a very well written book! I loved it. The female narrator made a lot of smacking nosies that was hard to listen to, but all in all it was a great book.
I enjoyed this very much. A beautiful story about being steadfast in your love for another person. Acceptance, compassion and understanding, are all imperative elements for unconditional love. Not to mention one of the main characters; Porter had me laughing out loud. His logic really appealed to "my type" of humor. Good read... :)
ok, this is a good book to listen to, but it made my skin crawl listening to both of the narrators swallow and smacking in between lines. I kept listening to find out what happen at the end.
it was ok. I heard coughing in the background. the narrator sound like she needed a cup of water. I believe this is the worst audible I have heard. as much as I don't want to use my credit ; I must for a sequel if there is one. overall the story was good. female narrator gross.
this is one of the Chick Lit you can not spend too much time thinking about just listen. Good reader
I loved this book. Although there were a lot of pauses by the narrator, overall, they both did an excellent job. Can't wait to listen to the sequel "It's Like That".
I wish the narrators would swallow and smack so much while reading. Wish I had heard this one before I heard the second book. But now I know where the story began.
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