Followin' a Dream by Eboni Snoe

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Mama said there'd be days like this...

But weeks? Months? Years? Vanessa Bradley's been single for so long she's forgotten how to be anything else. At thirty-three, her life has somehow become a steady status quo, sprinkled with work, volunteering, and taking care of her widowed mother. She desperately longs for excitement and love...

And then she meets a man with skin as smooth as caramel -- a man who knows what he wants and how to get it. With Xavier Johnson, Vanessa feels like a schoolgirl experiencing her first crush. But things don't go as expected -- and soon she's wondering if he's like all the rest, making promises he's not willing to keep.

But when her globetrotting mother goes missing, suddenly Xavier is the only one Vanessa can depend on. Could the road to runaway Mama be leading Vanessa and Xavier to some unexpected somewhere instead: to the glorious realization of a dream of romance and a forever tomorrow?


About Eboni Snoe

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Eboni Snoe has five novels to her credit, and she is considered a pioneer of ethnic romances. She is the mother of a blended family of four children and currently lives in Guangzhou, China, with her husband.
Published July 3, 2001 by Avon. 384 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Vanessa and Xavier's rocky relationship is cemented when the couple travels to Australia to save Xavier's botched business deal with the Pintupi tribe and to rrescue Jackie—who journeyed to the Outback seeking enlightenment and was left to die by shady tour operators.

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After her father died, computer programmer Vanessa Bradley moved back to Columbus, Georgia from Atlanta to be with her poet mother.

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