AS GOOD AS THE FIRST TIME
AS GOOD AS THE FIRST TIME (4) by AlTonya Washington: TV personality Cortez Wallace was in love with co-worker Julia Kelly, but his family opposed the relationship and Julia left Detroit without a word. Now working in LA, Julia and Cortez are reunited when a TV exec wants him to head up a new show — a decision Julia opposes. Cortez still loves Julia and pulls out all of the stops to win her back. Forced to deal with her unresolved feelings, she returns to Detroit and finds new roadblocks thrown in her path by the same family members that tried to break her and Cortez up before. Strong, well-developed characters, some who are so well written that they are easy to dislike, make this a very good story.
Debbie R. Sims