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No Price Too Great
     

No Price Too Great

by Lee Solomon
 

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In often raw emotional terms, No Price Too Great tells the story of a Chinese businesswoman and an American lawyer who met and fell in love while they lived in separate worlds. The book illustrates the difficulties, hopes, dreams, fears, and the sometimes crushing and overpowering emotions experienced when trying to bring three people from two totally different

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In often raw emotional terms, No Price Too Great tells the story of a Chinese businesswoman and an American lawyer who met and fell in love while they lived in separate worlds. The book illustrates the difficulties, hopes, dreams, fears, and the sometimes crushing and overpowering emotions experienced when trying to bring three people from two totally different cultures into one family. Author Lee Solomon deals openly and candidly with differences in age, race, and culture between two lovers both before and after they became husband and wife impacted their lives. It also shows the prejudice that exists in surprising places and in surprising ways, even within the same race. Ultimately the book tells the story of a love that would not be denied: the story of an American man, a Chinese woman, and a Chinese girl whose bond became so strong that nothing could keep them from becoming a family. Within this beautiful love story is the compelling and touching story about a teenage Chinese girl who had never known a father. It tells how she came to love and accept a round eyed man who lived on another continent as her own father, and how he in turn came to love her as his own daughter. It also tells how in the end it was their devotion to each other and to the woman they both loved that helped overcome the most difficult obstacle they faced before they could finally fulfill their lifelong dream of having a warm and loving family.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781598588408
Publisher:
Dog Ear Publishing
Publication date:
12/10/2008
Pages:
316
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.71(d)

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