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This is the second book in the Cochran/Deveraux series. It answers the question a lot of readers had after reading Lucky in Love; why are Andrew Cochran and Renee Kemo always fighting? Andrew is Benita Cochran's twin brother and Renee is her best friend and they've been getting on each other's nerves since the day they met. Andrew accidentally saw Renee naked and she hates the fact that he won't apologize because he denies it happened. He's been in love with her for years, but she'll never let her guard down ...
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Overview

This is the second book in the Cochran/Deveraux series. It answers the question a lot of readers had after reading Lucky in Love; why are Andrew Cochran and Renee Kemo always fighting? Andrew is Benita Cochran's twin brother and Renee is her best friend and they've been getting on each other's nerves since the day they met. Andrew accidentally saw Renee naked and she hates the fact that he won't apologize because he denies it happened. He's been in love with her for years, but she'll never let her guard down around him long enough for them to have a decent conversation. But the tables are turned when she catches him without a stitch on, also by accident. Now that she feels like she's got the upper hand, they finally call a truce. Then they admit their mutual attraction and start dating. Andrew is ready to make it a lifetime commitment but Renee is harboring a dark secret that could destroy her whole world if it gets out. When the man responsible for her trauma appears in her life again everything she's hoped for seems to be doomed but Andrew is not about to let his one true love slip away, not while he has a breath left in his body. He'll do anything to protect her, but will he go too far? Andrew doesn't think so; he's willing to do whatever it takes to make sure their love lasts until the end of time.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781583143636
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 3/1/2003
  • Series: Arabesque Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 4.24 (w) x 6.90 (h) x 0.83 (d)

Meet the Author

Melanie Schuster has been an avid reader from early childhood and she's convinced that's why she's a writer today. "I was lucky enough to be born into a family who loved to read and it made a huge difference in my life," she says. She attended Ohio University and has had many jobs ranging from makeup artist to costume designer and each one gave her more grist for her writer's mill. "I soak up everything around me like a sponge! Everything and everyone I encounter tickles my imagination in some way and I use my experiences to be a more creative and insightful writer." When she's not writing she's playing with her dog, Sadie, making jewelry, scrapbooking or cooking. And reading is still her chief form of entertainment, along with old movies. "I love old movies because of the fantastic clothes, especially from the 40's and 50's. I read because it's absolutely essential to life as I know it." You can look for her earlier works to appear as e-books in the near future, with more print books coming, too. And for those readers who love the Deveraux and Cochran families, she promises that more stories are on the way in the very near future. "I'm not nearly through with either family. Rest assured, there will be more books coming."
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UNTIL THE END OF TIME


By Melanie Schuster

BET Publications, LLC

Copyright © 2003 Melanie Schuster
All right reserved.

ISBN: 1583143637


Chapter One

"Benita, if you do not do something about that brother of yours, I am going to be forced to take drastic measures." Renee Kemp accompanied the ultimatum with a look that said she was not playing. Bennie tried not to smile, but it was difficult.

"Well, Renee, which one of my five brothers would that be?" she asked sweetly.

Renee rolled up a magazine and lightly whacked her best friend on the head with it. "Don't get cute! You know very well that I'm referring to your twin brother, the perennial thorn in my side, Andrew Bernard Cochran Junior. He needs to be restrained or lobotomized, whichever." Renee fairly spat the words, which meant that she was really steamed.

The two women were in the sitting room that adjoined Bennie's bedroom in the big house that they shared in the Indian Village section of Detroit. They had been friends since college and were as close as sisters, which is why Renee felt free to disparage Bennie's twin brother. Not that it would do any good-she and Andrew had not gotten along since the day Renee discovered him in Bennie's half of their dormitory suite. She swore to this day that he had seen her naked, a charge that he had denied for seventeen years. They had declared many truces over the years in deference to their love for Bennie, butwith the best intentions in the world they could not get along for more than a week. Renee was just too much fun to tease, in Andrew's estimation. Bennie tried to be sympathetic, but it was difficult.

She looked at Renee, who was obviously pissed. "Well, what has he done this time?" she asked warily.

Renee turned her golden eyes to Bennie. "He has been sending me samples of Viagra in the mail. Samples and brochures, thank you very much," she hissed. "I do not have to tell you how funny that is not," she added.

Unfortunately, Bennie did think it was funny. She tried to control herself, but she started laughing, deep belly laughs, which had her convulsed with merriment within seconds.

Renee dated older men exclusively-very wealthy, well-connected men who were at least ten years her senior. Her escorts of choice were a never-ending source of hilarity to Andrew; he never seemed to run out of lame jokes to make at her escorts' expense. Even Renee had to admit that on some primitive level sending the information packets on impotence had a certain sly-albeit crude-wit about it, but she would never admit this. So she continued to try and look perturbed, although it was not easy with her friend rolling about, laughing like the proverbial hyena.

Renee had a great deal of practice in looking aloof. It was an expression that she had mastered after years of having her tender feelings trampled on by others. Renee's personality was often at odds with her appearance, and no wonder-it was an elaborately constructed thing. Renee was as complicated as one of those tiny ivory balls hand carved by Japanese artists that are actually a series of balls, one inside the other, each with its own intricate pattern.

She had learned over time that the best way for people to hurt you was for them to get to know you in some way. But she and Bennie had known each other for too many years to hide much. Now Renee waited patiently for her best friend to get over her fit of laughter. Bennie was one of the few people with whom Renee was really close. Theirs was a friendship that Renee truly treasured. Although it was being tested this day.

Bennie finally regained control of herself. "Ne-ne, I am sorry. I'm sorry I laughed"-she gasped, wiping away the tears-"and I'm sorry that Andrew is being a jerk. Again. I'll have a little chat with him, but you know how that goes." Bennie sat up straight on the love seat and took a deep breath. "You know my brothers think of you as a sister. So I think it's just brotherly ... you know, that makes him tease you so," she offered in a voice of conciliation.

Renee gave a ladylike snort. "Ain't gonna work, girlfriend. Andrew is your true brother and he treats you like gold. No, like platinum studded with diamonds. So don't hand me that sibling high jinks crap. None of your brothers would go to the lengths that Andrew does to plague me. He's just perverted, that's all. That man acts like I'm some kind of play toy for his amusement," she said. She was starting to get angry all over again.

"One day I'm going to have him just where I want him. And he will rue the day that he ever laid eyes on me," she vowed.

At the moment the culprit was bringing his long day to an end. Dr. Andrew Cochran was in his private office at his clinic, speaking rapidly into a small tape recorder, which would be used to transcribe his daily reports. A knock at the door caused him to look up and bid the caller to enter. It was his youngest brother, Adonis, who answered only to Donnie. Andrew was pleased to see his brother, although not necessarily surprised. He was close to all of his siblings, and often the only time he saw them was when they dropped by his office because his schedule was so full.

After exchanging greetings, Andrew said, "I know you did not come by here just to gaze on your older and wiser brother. What's up?"

Donnie picked up a small wooden maze from Andrew's untidy desk and laughed as he shook it. "The jury is still out about the "wiser" part. Listen, Adam and I are going down to the islands in a few weeks and we wondered if you would come along. You haven't had a vacation in, like, a thousand years, and the three of us haven't hung out in a while. How about it?" Adam was the Cochran brother next in age to Donnie.

Andrew hesitated for a moment. He was sorely tempted, but he shook his head in regret. "Can't do it, Donnie. I'm booked until June and then I go to Haiti with Medic International. That's going to he my vacation this year," he said.

Actually, it was his vacation every year. Andrew was a board-certified plastic surgeon who specialized in facial reconstruction He was not the man to give one a prettier nose or to turn back the hands of time by removing unwanted wrinkles. Andrew Cochran specialized in hope. For burn victims, patients with congenital deformities and those suffering from disfiguring accidents, he was often the only man who could restore even a part of a person's normal life. Andrew was totally dedicated to his career. He had yet to marry, and in truth he had never made time for any really serious relationships. He worked very long hours at his clinic and at the hospitals where he had privileges. He also lectured and wrote articles that had been featured in a couple of medical journals.

Donnie sighed with real regret but could not resist pointing out, "You know, you need to have some kind of social life, too, man. I know you're a great doctor and your patients depend on you and all of that, but you've got to take some time for yourself. This is why you never got married and why you can't keep a woman. You work too much."

Andrew lifted his brows and stared at his brother with amusement. "And what makes you think I can't keep a woman? I've got plenty of women, hordes of 'em. There's a couple in the closet, and one under the very sofa you're sitting on. And they're all free, too" he added with a yawn. "Stone foxes," he said tiredly.

Donnie had a smart rejoinder on the tip of his tongue, but the telephone interrupted his flow. It was Benita, touching base with Andrew.

"Don't tell me," he said, chuckling, "your little friend got a package in the mail that she wasn't too happy about, right?"

Bennie moaned with exasperation at Andrew's amusement.

"Yes, Bunchy, she did. And no, she is not happy about it. Although"-Bennie let out a guilty laugh-"it was pretty funny. But nevertheless, you have got to stop that! Can't my brother and my best friend get along for two minutes without me having to referee?"

Andrew took a deep breath. It was childish and he knew it, but it was so much fun at times. Still, he made a half-hearted promise to try and behave himself.

"So are we still on for tonight?" he asked, referring to his weekly dinner with his sister.

Bennie looked forward to the meal as much as Andrew did, but she had one stipulation.

"Yes, but either you cook, we get takeout or we eat out, I wouldn't show my face around here for a couple of days if I were you."

Andrew laughed. "Damn, is she that mad?"

"At least she says she is. You know that her hot button is her gentlemen callers. Anyway, are you willing to take that risk?"

Andrew decided that he was not. But he could not resist a parting shot. "Yeah, well, tell her if she doesn't want people getting her goat, she shouldn't let them know where she ties it up."

Donnie was looking at his brother with a big smile when he got off the phone. "So you're still picking on Renee, huh? Why do y'all go at each other like that? Can't you get along like adults?"

Andrew did not answer for a moment. The truth was way too complicated to try and explain. If he were to be completely honest, he would have to admit that there were indeed times when he wished that he had never heard the name Renee Kemp. He wished that his sister had fount herself another suitemate altogether when she attended the University of Michigan; then, Andrew reasoned, he would have never even seen Renee, at least not the way he had when they were all college freshmen. It was a sight that he could never forget, and the recollection of it could even today precipitate the need for a cold shower. It was probably the immense impact of that first sighting that caused Andrew to pick on Renee so endlessly. That, and the fact that Renee bristled like a wet cat every time Andrew came near her. It was that as much as anything that kept him or her case, he had to admit it. Renee made no secret of the fact that she could barely stand him. The fact that his pulse jumped every time she came into a room was no one's business, he felt, but his own.

Finally Andrew answered Donnie. "I don't pick on Renee; she picks on me. I'm just trying to defend myself, You know she's madly in love with me and won't admit it."

"In love? With your old tired butt? Please! You gotta do better than that!" Donnie laughed. "Now if she was after me or Adam, the fine Cochrans, I could see that, but not you, Bunchy. Not with your nonpartying, nonplaying, workaholic self. You're way too out of it for someone like Renee."

Andrew threw a paperweight at his brother, which Donnie easily caught. "I party plenty," he said, defending himself. "And I'd watch the cracks about my looks since you look just like me."

Which was true. All of the Cochraus shared a decided similarity in features. They were all well over six feet They shared with their sister, Benita, a golden caramel skin color and thick, wavy black hair that fairly gleamed with health and good grooming. Andrew also had what used to be referred to as "bedroom eyes," meaning that they were sexy, direct and inviting. In Andrew's case, they were also large and clear, with eyelashes that were unfairly long for a man. He had shiny thick eyebrows and a perfectly shaped mouth that would have looked almost feminine, had it not been for his thick black mustache. All the Cochran men, Andrew included, were big, handsome and pretty much irresistible to women. Except when I came to Renee.

Finally Andrew's hunger overrode his musings. "Let's go. I'm hungry and so is Bennie. So why don't you come with us to dinner? And since you're the youngest, you get to pay," he said with a grin.

Donnie agreed, adding, "Man, this is why you need a wife. We wouldn't be eating out and my money would stay in my wallet."

Continuing their amiable bickering, the two men left the clinic.

Bennie and Andrew need not have worried about a confrontation with Renee. She had a date that evening with one of her usual escorts. She had agreed to accompany Edwin Jackson to a play and a late supper afterward. As always, she took great care with her toilette, which was not symbolic of vanity but rather of years of insecurity. It was sometimes difficult for Renee to reconcile the reflection in the mirror with the image she held in her mind.

Renee jumped guiltily as Bennie entered her bedroom She hated for anyone to catch her looking in the mirror. No one knew what she saw reflected in its depths. Bennie however, knew pretty much what was on her friend's mind.

"Renee, you always do that. You can't stand for anyone to see you looking at yourself. In fact, I think you can't stand to look at your own reflection! After all this time why is that?" Bennie asked her pointedly.

Renee narrowed her eyes at her friend. "Have I told you how much I dislike the caring, perceptive part of your personality?" she murmured. "Bennie, it's hard to explain. I look in my mirror and it's like looking into my past. I don't see what you see; I see what I remember," she admitted softly.

She would see a smooth, velvety complexion but would remember the savage acne that had led to years of unmerciful teasing from her peers. She would see the curvaceous body but remember the plump little preteen who was afraid to wear a bathing suit or even look at a second helping for fear of ridicule. She did not see the satiny seduction of her chocolate brown skin; she would see only the little black face that was so much darker than her sisters'. By one of those strange genetic quirks, Renee was the darkest member of her immediate family.

"It's really stupid, but I still remember that color thing. All my sisters are the same shade of medium brown, just like Daddy. My mother is darker, but not as dark as I am, even though she has these same ol' yellow eyes. Nope, I look just like my grandmother. Not that it's a bad thing; Big Momma was quite a belle in her day," Renee admitted.

"But people always made such a big thing out of it! `Ooh, Pearlie Mac, where'd you get that little pickaninny from! Chile, you best to keep her out the sun or you won't find her come dark,'" Renee whined in a perfect imitation of the old ladies she despised in her youth. "I have to tell you, when I was a kid, you could call me anything and I would fight you, but call me black and I was zoom! in the house with a quickness. For some reason, it was just the most hurtful thing in the world to me. And I was the meanest little girl on Chateau Avenue, too! Nothing bothered me, except being called `darky.'

"The family reunions were the very limit. I love my mother's family, but Lord, it was all I could do to get through that week of examination and comparison. `Hmmph, Effie's child sho' got some big teeth! Unh, look how bowlegged that girl of Lula's is! And looky here at little Ree-nay! She just the spittin' image of Big Momma, ain't she?'" Renee shuddered delicately at the memory.

Continues...


Excerpted from UNTIL THE END OF TIME by Melanie Schuster Copyright © 2003 by Melanie Schuster
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2003

    Excellent 2nd Book from one of my new Favorite Authors!

    First there was Bennie and Clay in LUCKY IN LOVE. Now there is Renee and Andrew in UNTIL THE END OF TIME. Bennie and Renee, (you know this if you read LUCKY IN LOVE),are best friends. Andrew is Bennie's brother. Renee and Andrew met many years ago when Andrew was visiting his sister in her college dormitory, fell asleep on her bed and was awakened by the sound of Renee's voice who assumed the lump in the bed was her roommate, Bennie. Renee, naked as a jaybird, gabbed on and on while Andrew snuck a peek from underneath the covers. He definitely liked what he saw. Now, years later, Renee and Andrew have an adversarial relationship. He can't resist poking fun at Renee's tendency to date older men, I mean MUCH older than she is. He sends her Viagra as a gag gift. Renee cannot be in the same room with him without throwing a hissy fit. But there is no way they can avoid each other: Renee is not only Bennie's business partner, she's her housemate as well. She can't bar Andrew from his own sister's house. If only she could! It was a delight to watch these two marvelous people fall in love. Ms. Schuster is at her best. She not only captured my attention from the beginning, she held it until the very end. Frankly, I can't wait 'until the end of time' for her next book. She'd better write faster! :o)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2003

    Excellent

    This book was excellent; it keeps your attention from beginning to end. The characters felt so real to me, that I found myself sneaking a quick read at times when I should have been doing other things just so as not to lose touch with them. In my opinion many authors don't measure up to the caliber of Brenda Jackson (my all time favorite author), Niobia Bryant, and Francis Ray. But this lady is within their ranks. Excellent Job!!!

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2013

    Page turner!

    Definitely a page turner! I'm glad this picks up where book one left off. I was so irritated by "Benita" The Great in the 1st one, glad to read about other people who aren't as perfect.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2013

    love this series

    love this series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2012

    3 1/2 Stars

    This book was a love story. If you like romance novels, you will undoubtedly enjoy it. The couple had some obstacles, but those obstacles wern't the focus of the book. I would read more books by this author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2012

    Okayyy......

    It was okay. I don't think I can purchase any more series books. Good, but not great!
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2012

    Highly recomend

    this book is part of a series must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2012

    Too slow

    This book was to slow. It took me a long time to read because i kept reading other books by different authors. Maybe her other books are better. Took the author to long to get to the female lead issue. Did not explain what the issue had to do with her dating older men.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2004

    Excellent book

    This was a great story. I loved the way the plot fell in sync with Lucky in Love. The characters were great. This book left me wanting more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2003

    I LOVE THIS BOOK!!!!!!!!

    I LOVE THE CHARACTERS,THE COMEDY,AND THE LOVE OF ANDY AND NE NE. THIS BOOK CAPTURED ALL MY FREE TIME BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP READING IT. PLEASE MELANIE HURRY WITH THE NEXT BOOK WITH MARTIN AND CEYLON.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2003

    She done it again

    'Until The End Of Time' is an amazing book, just as 'Lucky In Love.' This book is the story of Bennie twin brother Andrew(Bunchy) and Renee(Bennie best friend). It's truely a page turner. Again like before i can't wait to the sequel.

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