Book Review

WHEN LOVE CALLS
by Celeste O. Norfleet

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural
Sensuality: HOT

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Norfleet's entertaining story deals with a serious subject in such a way that it doesn't overpower the romantic story of the hero and the heroine. She accomplishes this with the help of some lighthearted and sometimes quirky characters, as well as the venerable Mamma Lou, who is up to her matchmaking ways again.

Alyssa Wingate wants to be a lobbyist for senior citizens's issues because her beloved grandmother is battling Alzheimer's. Senator Randolph Kingsley is different from his friends and relatives. Instead of running from Mamma Lou's matchmaking, he embraces it and asks for her help.

He meets the woman of his dreams -- after she spills a drink on him, gets him detained by the police and gives him a false name. After that rocky start, the two get to know one another in Washington, D.C. Their jobs threaten to interfere, but more troubling is the interference of Alyssa's grandmother, who reveals family secrets as a result of her illness. Can they set aside past
differences to find their way back
to one another? (KIMANI/Arabesque, Mar.,
304 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Debbie R. Sims

Publisher: Kimani/Arabesque

Published: March 2008

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