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AS LONG AS THERE IS LOVE
by Karen White-Owens

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

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Cameron Butler wears many hats: mother, daughter, granddaughter, and owner of a day care center. When one of the children in her day care has an accident, Cameron accompanies him to the hospital. She is shocked to find that his doctor is Marek Redding—her daughter's father.

Marek is Chief of Pediatrics at Holland General Hospital, a position he applied for during a visit to Holland, Michigan. Finding Cameron and learning he has a daughter is a surprise to him. Determined to win his family back
after losing Cameron in a misunderstanding, Marek does all that he can to restore her trust in him and to make her put him and their family before everything else.

AS LONG AS THERE IS LOVE is wonderful. The portrayal of characters, the plot and pacing make for an all around engaging read. The conflict surrounding Marek and Cameron comes from all angles: their own internal debates, their families, and an outside force who wants all that Cameron has and is willing to destroy her to get it. (Oct., 320 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Debbie R. Sims

Publisher: BET/Arabesque

Published: October 2002

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