Author Cherlyn Michaels has been nominated for an African-American Literary Award for her debut novel. Here she confidently tackles the sensitive issues of modern relationships. Vanella Morris is extremely happy with her long-time boyfriend Alton. But Vanella is also uneasy and apprehensive about making the big commitment. The time has come to make the decision of her life: walk away now from this good thing or convince Alton that by living together the marital bliss he longs for can still be theirs.
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"This debut novel takes a predictable turn on relationship phobia with its young African-American heroine not wanting to commit to marriage with her long-term boyfriend. While the predictable plot is a major drawback, Karen Chilton does a wonderful job narrating this multigenerational story of modern African-American love. This is a performance-driven narration, not a simple reading. The characters' voices are true to type. However, the flow of the narrator's delivery is frequently and inexplicably interrupted by extended pauses. Whether idiosyncratic or editorial, they are an irritant to an otherwise enjoyable listening experience. P.R. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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