Honey Brown Baby by Alyce Stewart

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Honey Brown Baby, a powerful new novel that's set deep in the Southwestern State of Texas where bi-racial couples are still looked upon as being accepted only if they have to be but is still strictly taboo deep within. At the story's heart is Ali St. John, an African-American, Texas native who has recently moved back to Houston from New York City to attend Law School.

When the son of a Houston Billionaire is accused of robbery and murder, Ali is given the case, much to the chagrin of the client, who prefers the CEO of the firm to handle his case.

Is this too much to ask of a 'rookie' lawyer? Ali struggles to uphold her reputation as a top student, who has an above average knowledge of the law, while trying to maintain a private and personal love relationship.

It's a must that she probe the hearts and minds of whites as well as people of color while attempting to live her vision of the American Dream.


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Published May 10, 2004 by iUniverse, Inc.. 164 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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