Finally, You and Me (4.5) demonstrates that the relationship of one's parents determines the outcome of the child's. Lisa Harrison Jackson has penned a captivating novel that showcases her smooth style and vibrant, memorable, multilayered characters. When their best friends decide to renew their wedding vows, Alexa and Darius are thrown together after a nine-year separation. Alexa is a classic workaholic who is bitter toward marriage and motherhood, and Darius is extremely angry at how she left him in the middle of the night after he proposed marriage. Only the great and abiding love they have for one another will get them through the hurdles of their past.
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Debbie R. Sims