Meeting Porter may be the best thing that ever happened to Winona Fairchild, besides the births of her two beautiful children. But as much as Porter wants to get married, Winona has good reason not to get too close to anyone, no matter how right it may seem. Despite a threat from the past that comes back to haunt him, Porter is willing to stand his ground. But when Winona's long-time secret is revealed to her kids, someone will have to pay.
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.
From Essence best-selling author Cheryl Robinson comes an uplifting novel about three sisters who rediscover each other—and themselves. After 13 years in Hollywood, Alicia abandons her dream and returns home to Detroit. Hope is still seeking the truth about her husband’s disappearance. And Heaven is ensnared in an abusive relationship. It takes an earth-shattering discovery, a lucky lottery ticket, and a near-fatal encounter to bring these estranged sisters together.
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Olena Day’s first love died tragically, and her college boyfriend left her for nother woman. Now a successful, independent 43-year-old,she begins a passionate relationship with Matthew, a man 18 years her junior. Can a relationship finally end happily-ever-after for Olena—or will it be torn apart once again?
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Popular author Cheryl Robinson is acclaimed for her novels featuring strong characters fighting against long odds. Here she tells the tale of Mia and Danielle, whose vow to remain best friends forever was shattered by an indiscretion. Twenty years later, the women are reunited by tragedy. Now, to forge the bond of friendship anew, they’ll have to revisit their painful past and confront the events that have kept them apart.
Her popular novels include If It Ain't One Thing. Here listeners meet Georgia Brown, a housewife of 11 years who is married to a radio personality who might be having an affair. Georgia is fed up and set to break out on her own. But when her husband puts her on the air to tell "her side" of their story, she discovers she likes it behind the mic. And this will have major consequences for their marriage.