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by Gwynne Forster

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

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All good things must come to an end, including Forster's Harrington brothers trilogy. This final installment features youngest brother Drake and his relationship with Pamela Langford. Drake is family-oriented but focused on his career, and he wants to establish himself professionally before settling down.

Pamela's a successful local TV newswoman, yet she longs to have a family. As her biological clock ticks, Drake's desire to take things slow creates conflict. Their decision about whether to
follow their hearts by holding on to each other or simply let go makes for
an exciting plot.

Readers will cherish the time they spend with these characters, and it's a shame the series is ending. It's inspiring to read a story that highlights love, values and compassion for others. Forster's portrayal of endearing love, beautiful settings, warm-spirited characters, romantic interludes and mature and caring men makes this a delightful book romance lovers will enjoy. (Sep., 320 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Tee C. Royal

Publisher: BET/Arabesque

Published: September 2005

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