Frost on My Window

Frost on My Window

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by Angela Weaver
     
 

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After graduating from college, Leah Russell picked up and moved across three time zones to avoid her best friend Lance's wedding. When a promotion has the West Coast sister relocating to New York City, she packs all her belongings and brings along memories of all the shoulda, coulda, woulda her Momma always told her not to think about. Years ago, she should have gone… See more details below

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After graduating from college, Leah Russell picked up and moved across three time zones to avoid her best friend Lance's wedding. When a promotion has the West Coast sister relocating to New York City, she packs all her belongings and brings along memories of all the shoulda, coulda, woulda her Momma always told her not to think about. Years ago, she should have gone to the wedding, would have shot at the bride, and could have gotten arrested.

Now as she settles into her new position, the advertising professional is learning that stress isn't just a five-letter word when it comes to career and family. And as her romantic prospects go from zero to sixty, Leah's putting on her running shoes. This time it's not just her first love at her heels; Scottish rock star Sean Andrews isn't far behind in the race for her heart.

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Publishers Weekly
A strong central character enhances Weaver’s predictable but satisfying interracial love story. Web designer Leah Russell has found her way back to the East Coast after living in California for years. Forced to confront her feelings for Sean Andrews, the sexy Scottish lead singer of the country’s hottest band, Leah comes to realize that his friendship has become something more important to her, only she is standing in her own way. With friend and family support, Leah recognizes that being a strong, successful, independent black woman doesn’t mean she has to sacrifice her chance at love. Weaver (No Ordinary Love) develops Leah’s character with great care and concern, an effort highlighted by the rather stereotypical supporting cast. While the happy ending is predictable, Leah’s self-discovery makes the novel well worth the read. (Oct.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781585716036
Publisher:
Genesis Press, Incorporated
Publication date:
10/06/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
599,533
File size:
1 MB

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