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GOOD INTENTIONS
by Crystal Wilson-Harris

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

2001 Best Multicultural Award Winner

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Although the sensual scenes in GOOD INTENTIONS are few and far between, this writer proves that a romance novel is not only just aboutdare I say it?sex. The story opens and concludes with a wedding. A bride-to-be hightails it out of the wedding ceremony moments before she is to take her vows and become Mrs. Right. I promise you will gasp at the surprise ending and will constantly try and figure out who is sleeping with whom.

Ms. Wilson-Harris develops her characters with a finesse that is pure magic. The motivation of each charactereven the bad onesare refreshingly clear. They will keep you guessing from page to page, scene to scene, prospective husband to husband. And the amazing ending rivals M. Night Shyamalans The Sixth Sense. (Jan., 256 pp., $6.00)

Reviewed By: Shamaine Diana Henry

Publisher: BET/Arabesque

Published: January 2001

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