Sometimes tragedies bring out the best and worst in those affected by them. That's what happens in Christopher's brilliant and tasteful novel about love, tragedy, heartbreak and forgiveness. The author delves deep into her characters, and this touching story will have readers looking into themselves and re-examining the way they react to those around them.
Justus Robinson knew Angela Dennis was the woman for him when he danced with her at his brother's wedding, but the timing was not right. Ten years later, a family tragedy brings them together again, and this time he won't let her get away. Sharing their grief and deciding the fate of Maya, their now orphaned niece, draws them together and ignites the sparks that have been dormant for many years. But will the custody battle for Maya be the end of their relationship? (DAFINA, Feb., 304 pp., $6.99)