"Papa we see baby?" asked a curious little boy with curly black hair and big baby green eyes.
Du'quois reached for Claudette, the tiny newborn who was having a crying fit.
With one touch, she stopped crying and smiled at him.
True love has no designated age as to when two people know they are in love.
All it takes is one look.
This is the story of such a love.
Claudette and Du'quois have known each other since birth and in the Chateau, their love grows even stronger as they do although they do not know what they truly feel.
Both Claudette and Du'quois fathers agree that the two should not be together. Guido has high hopes for his daughter to take over the family business and Monsieur Billard has intentions for his son to be shipped off to military school and then take over for him as head of Security for the Rousseau family.
By the time they are teenagers, they know their friendship is forbidden, but neither can stay away.
Even with the addition of a sibling, Claudette is more determined to be with Du'quois, as he is with her.
They train together, and discover the true meaning of their bond. Love.
When Claudette's father finds out, the lovebirds are torn apart and sent off in different directions.
No contact for years until an illness brings the two home.
After years of being apart, the love they have for one another is stronger than ever.
With the proposal of marriage, the families agree to arrange a date.
Time will test their strength. Fate will test their love. Patience will test their faith.
Tragedy strikes on what should be a happy occasion for the beautiful couple.
Will Du'quois and Claudette be able to piece together what has been torn asunder?
About the Author
She graduated from high school and attended a Community College. She married her High School sweetheart and together they have two children. Often her husband helps her with many of her writings and her children are eager to listen to her many tales giving her the feedback that helps her to continue writing.
Inspiration for her writing comes in many forms and when it strikes she can be found typing or writing away for hours. When she is not writing she is a woman of very many talents. Baking, cooking, woodworking, crocheting, playing videogames, sewing and swimming.