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Not a Day Goes By: A Novel
     

Not a Day Goes By: A Novel

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by E. Lynn Harris
 

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John “Basil” Henderson has always played the field, both as a professional football player and as an equal opportunity lover. After retiring his jersey for a career as a sports agent, the dashing playboy is surprising everyone—including himself—by deciding to settle down and commit to his new love, Yancey Harrington Braxton. A fiercely driven

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Not a Day Goes By 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 154 reviews.
Calla_Lillie More than 1 year ago
It has been years since I first read 'a love of my own' so I was excited to see what trouble Yancey gets herself into. This installation gave good insight into the characters without giving way too much. It seemed more of a teaser novel than a juicy loosie. I ended the book wanting more...that's a good and bad thing. Since I'm not sure of the sequence of the novels I can say that out of the two the first was better. E. Lynn was a great author who inspired me to seek better for myself. I was truly saddened when I found out of his passing.
Demetra McNair More than 1 year ago
I read the last book in this series first and had to go back and start a the beginning to get to know the characters. I was not diappointed!
MzChelle More than 1 year ago
Oh no he didn't is what I was saying at the end of the book about Basil one of the main charecters. This is an interesting read and a page turner. I would suggest this for a book group of E. Lynn Harris fans because there is continuation and I can't wait to see what's next. This will be some good dialoge guaranteed! Basil don't know what he wants a man or woman and I like that there were some characters there to challange him on it. And Yancey is understandable in her diva ways when the book introduces her mother. I would recommend this book and it's staying on my shelf for sure. Only thing I didn't like at the end is how Basil blamed Yancey for what happened. I can't tell you the story, it's so good you'll have to read it for yourself
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love E. Lynn Harris books...they keep you wanting more.
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This is my 3rd time reading this book and its a page turner
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