Two-time Hurston/Wright Legacy Award finalist Bernice L. McFadden has also been twice honored by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association. One of Library Journal's 25 Key Indie Fiction Titles, this heartbreaking tale follows two damaged but hopeful souls as they struggle to find love despite the ravages of their pasts
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"Campbell and Donovan realize that their love may be the kind that comes once in a lifetime. But will the psychological scars from their parents' dysfunctional unions prove too difficult to overcome? Bernice L. McFadden has found an exceptional interpreter of her work in Robin Miles, who offers an impressive range of voices. Whether her character is a child or an adult, male or female, old or young, Miles gives each a distinct voice. Most interesting is the way she vocalizes the main characters from childhood through the stages of adulthood. P.R. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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