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Romance Anthology | Multicultural African-American
Every mother deserves a special gift on Motherâ€™s Day. Now,
meet three very special women who get the chance to
celebrate in a unique wayâ€”one that may last the rest of
This Motherâ€™s Day, three lucky single women will be
treated to a beauty makeover and a blind date, courtesy of
the Alonzo Clark morning radio showâ€”and their own
children. Kids young and old have been encouraged to send
in letters about why their moms should be the winnersâ€”and
men across the country have been invited to write in for a
chance to meet them...
In Deirdre Savoyâ€™s "Fairy Godfather," thirty-six-
year-old morning drive-time D.J. Alonzo Clark is content
with his single life, for the most part. The company of a
woman would be nice, but he isnâ€™t really lookingâ€”until heâ€™s
persuaded to participate in his own contest, and discovers
that love may be closer than he thinks...
If anyone needs pampering, itâ€™s Kree Mansfield, in
Jacquelin Thomasâ€™s "The Price of a Motherâ€™s Love."
Kree sacrificed her marriage in order to raise her
siblings after her parentsâ€™ death. Now, her son and sister
have hatched a plan to reunite Kree with her ex-husband
via the Alonzo Clark morning show contest. Will the plan
backfire, or will Kree have a second chance at love?
In "A Mother for Scott," by Karen
White-Owens, single father Dane Harris has buried his
and loneliness in his work, neglecting his young son,
Scott. Meanwhile, Scottâ€™s belovedâ€”also singleâ€”teacher,
Ashleigh Davis, has done her best to fill the void. The
two adults may clash on parenting issues, but Scott is
sure theyâ€™ll agree on one thingâ€”that theyâ€™re meant for
each other. And he intends to do everything he can to make
sure they spend some quality time togetherâ€”outside the
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