Kimberly's life has never been easy. Her three brothers cause her enough trouble by trying to set her up with thugs who refuse to work. At least one good thing came from one of her relationships: her daughter Nevaeh. Swearing off men, she focuses her attention to her daughter, her pride and joy, until billionaire Dale Halloway walks into her life - and refuses to leave.
When Kimberly was little, her father was shot and killed by a crooked white cop. Because of this, her family hates white folks, but that's not stopping Dale. The white billionaire can't get Kimberly out of his head and he's not letting her go that easy. Kimberly struggles to keep her and Dale's relationship a secret for as long as she can. Her brothers would kill him if they knew he was dating their little sister.
When she needs the help of the billionaire, the jig is up and she has to tell her family about her secret relationship with the handsome, built man who would never allow her to say no to him. Disowned by her family, she must decide whether to continue her love affair or remain loyal to her family.
©2015 Vivian Ward (P)2016 Vivian Ward
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The story seems "rough" with the writer repeatedly saying the that the lead character (black female single mother) was never attracted to white males & her family would be upset. Yes there was unfortunately the death of her father by a white police officer.. Which was sad. BUT all her brothers SURELY were dating white females.. The repeating statement distracted the story of just a man attracted to a woman. I really enjoyed how the lead male included the daughter & had concern for her. BWWM are rare so I gave it 3 stars but worth a credit or money??? flip a coin..
This book was not what I expected. I really was expecting a great story but this one just dragged on. Just boring!! The narrator didn't do a good job at all! It's like she was trying to hard. She couldn't even pronounce persuade correct. The voice was really irritating at times. To make matters worse she really did horrible with the male characters. Bad book + bad narrator = disappointment
this story pissed me off! It centered around the sickness, not the love story. The heroine was getting on my nerves with the"I'm to proud to get help" attitude. I will be requesting my money back for this book, it was just terrible!
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