A Love Story by Denene Millner

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The irresistible husband-and-wife duo behind Love Don’t Live Here Anymore and In Love and War returns with another romantic round of "his and hers" storytelling.

Writing with a winning combination of wit and dead-on savvy, Denene Millner and Nick Chiles take the tension up a notch in novels that unfold through alternating points of view. Now they apply their delicious he said/she said approach to the story of two childhood friends who wonder if the unbreakable bond they formed in their once-in-a-lifetime friendship would be in danger of snapping if they become lovers.

Aaron and Nina have been buddies ever since he moved into her neighborhood and offered her a piece of candy. Their families could not have been more different, but growing up across the street from each other helped these instant friends discover how much they actually had in common. Now, twenty-five years later, their friendship is stronger than ever. They’ve seen each other through a string of broken hearts and family feuds, but these playmates turned soul mates haven’t let their platonic love develop into anything more. With a lifetime of friendship at stake, is it worth it to take a chance on romance?

Fun and sexy, with secrets revealed at every turn, A Love Story proves that romance is even sweeter-and scarier-when the stakes are sky high.

 

About Denene Millner

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Denene Millner and Nick Chiles are the authors of two previous novels, the Essence bestseller Love DonÂ't Live Here Anymore and In Love and War, as well as the Blackboard-bestselling What Brothers Think, What Sistahs Know series. Denene Millner is also the author of The SistahsÂ' Rules and coauthor of The Angry Black WomanÂ's Guide to Life (scheduled for publication in April, 2004 by Plume).
 
Published June 3, 2004 by Dutton Adult. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Back at home, Mikki continues her affair with Marcus (and Randy is no angel in Paris), certain she’s in love and ready for divorce.

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Kenneth Roman doesn’t know quite what to say to a beautiful single mother who doesn’t want to listen.

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the Blackboard bestselling What Sistahs Know series, etc.) deftly split the narrative into his-and-hers POVs to chronicle a tumultuous affair that means more than the lovers want to admit to each other, or to themselves.

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Millner and Chiles round out the cast with spicy secondary characters like Zaria's drama queen sister, Mikki (heroine of Love Don't Live Here Anymore), and a host of kibbitzing colleagues and friends, creating a textured portrait of the suburban community.

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Mikki, steeped in her own business, keeps the home fires burning, but going it solo while her husband is on the other side of the Atlantic is not her idea of a good marriage.

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