West To Forever

West To Forever

by Pamela I Campbell

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Overview

Brooklyn Robinson is a bright and articulate African American woman, who grew up in a poor household. Her parents divorced shortly before she was born, leaving her mother to raise she and her brother. Her brother became an abusive alcoholic and was feared by both she and her mother. He was later killed in an accident. When her mother died from cancer, Brooklyn was left terribly alone.

Through sheer determination she earned her Ph.D in Psychology. She left her small home town to start a new life in California. There she secured a teaching job at a university near Los Angeles.

She meets gorgeous, sexy, millionaire, lawyer and model Tristan Alexander who takes her breath away. They are immediately attracted to each other however, Brooklyn is hesitant to become involved in a biracial relationship.

Tristan is persistent in pursuit of her, and Brooklyn finds that she cannot and does not want fight her feelings for him.

Together they will come face to face with their own personal demons. Brooklyn will have to share her past, and Tristan's world will be forever changed as rejection, prejudice and the secret his father has kept from him for 27 years is revealed.

Will their love be strong enough to survive?

This title contains explicit sex acts.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781490387536
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/03/2013
Pages: 178
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Pamela Campbell is a doctorate student who is presently in preparation for her dissertation on biracial identity and self-esteem. She grew up in East Tennessee and graduated from high school at the age of 15.

She presently resides in Riverside, CA with her husband of 30 years (Terry). They have one child Christopher and one grandchild Jaxsun.

She was encouraged to write a book by her mother when she was a teenager. Recently her son convinced her to fulfill her mothers dream by completing her first book.

Her book is dedicated to her mother Minnie Kyle who passed away on March 29, 2004.

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