Kimani Press New Spirit
On Sale: April 1, 2007
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Multicultural African-American | Women's Fiction Contemporary
Twenty-one-year-old Patterson Haney has always dreamed of
leaving her small Georgia town, moving to New York City and
becoming a model. She's been blessed with the looks and the
spirit to succeed, and she knows that God will guide her
every step in the competitive profession. But when she
meets smooth-talking, gorgeous Miller Baisden, it's her
personal life that poses the greatest challenge: Patterson
is torn between the powerful attraction Miller awakens in
her, and her desire to maintain her morals.
Pampered native New Yorker Macy Baldwin has taken a lot for
granted, including her wealthy parents' financial supportâ€”
until they cut her off for flunking out of college. Pretty
and fashionable, Macy decides to pursue modeling. If things
don't work out, she can always fall back on her plan of
finding a rich husband. And when she discovers that a
handsome, widowed stockbroker needs a nanny for his little
girl, Macy is sure her erratic prayers have been answered.
But when she finds herself actually working for a living,
she realizes God works in mysterious waysâ€¦.
Born with the striking features and statuesque height of a
true Nubian queen, social worker LaRue Arnette has often
been mistaken for a model. But when she surprises her
Baptist minister father and devout mother by quitting her
job and leaving California to give modeling a try, she
can't help but wonderâ€”is she fleeing from her true calling?
A certain tenderhearted reverend may be the one to lead her
to the answer that's always been in her heart.
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