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Maxine Chandler and Mya Rivers, who had once been the best of friends, find themselves turning to each other for support when Maxi's fiancT dies and she is confronted by a serious illness, which leads her into the arms of Christopher Chandler, and Mya discovers that her perfect marriage is not what it seems, in a touching novel of friendship, loyalty, love, and tragedy. 25,000 first printing.
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Brenda Jackson has been hailed as one of the most popular African-American authors of romance and women fiction. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Vivian Stephens Career Achievement Award for Excellence in Romance Writing, the Emma Award for Author of the Year—for two straight years, the Shades of Romance Multi-cultural Award of the Year and the Romance in Color Award of Excellence. She is the author of seventeen books and lives in Florida with her husband and two sons.From Booklist:
Mya Rivers and Maxie Chandler have been friends since they were little girls in Savannah. Mya's decision not to attend Howard University with Maxie severely affects their friendship. Ten years later, a class reunion cruise brings them together. The class outcast, Christopher Chandler, is also attending the reunion. Since he left Savannah, he has become a handsome, educated, and successful business owner. Christopher and Maxie have the same last name, which causes an error to be made in their reservations and they are assigned the same cabin. During the seven-day cruise, Maxie and Christopher finally discuss their feelings. They discover that they have always been attracted to one another. After the cruise, Mya and her childhood-sweetheart husband, Garrett, begin experiencing a strain in their marriage. This class reunion could not have come at a more prefect time for Mya and Maxie. Just when each of them is struggling with emotionally difficult situations, they rekindle their friendship, and the result is a warm reading experience. Lillian Lewis
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