Image of Once in a Lifetime (The Harringtons)


Image of Once in a Lifetime (The Harringtons)

Forster does a good job of not rushing the characters into having sex. With this novel, readers will be able to get to know the characters as individuals and sympathize with them. Also, it is refreshing to see the lead male character vulnerable and leaning on other men to learn how to open his heart again.

A divorced mother, Alexis Stevenson left her home and all she knew with nothing but a few possessions and her daughter in tow. Taking a job as a homemaker for a house full of brothers, she is reunited with Telford Harrington, a man she admired from afar in college. The two struggle with their attraction for each other and their need to protect their hearts at all costs. (KIMANI/ARABESQUE, Nov., 288 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
B. Nakia Garner