It had been over two weeks since the reading of the will, and he had spent his non-working hours on the golf course to keep the demons at bay.
Timmothy B. Mccann ng, and the whys were never far from his thoughts. The third message was from Zelma. He had given her his home phone number to stop the friction in the office surrounding her calls.
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McCann (Forever; Until; Always) turns out another succinctly titled . Timothy McCann's Emotions was so beautifully written and it always amazes me how a male author can so accurately capture the female voice.
McCann (Forever; Until; Always) turns out another succinctly titled contemporary romance aimed at African-American audiences, this time focusing on two individuals who find each other while trying to find themselves. In Timmothy B. McCann's fourth book, fittingly titled Emotions, he takes us on a journey to discover what makes us who we are. He introduces us to Joi Weston and her husband Phillip Evans. Joi is a beautiful ex-sitcom star with dreams of being in a feature film. McCann had me from page one.
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"...this man has got me wearing blinders...I don't even want to talk about another man he's so sweet."
She's a lawyer with high ideals and high-profile victories to her credit, the only African-American female in a prestigious southern firm, who's won the respect and admiration of her colleagues. Young, smart, and attractive, with a bright future, a home of her own, loyal friends, and a man devoted to makeing her happy, life seems just about perfect...yet something is missing...
"...to have someone who could find my smile. I can't think of words to describe how that would feel."
He's a succesful African-American entrepreneur; devastatingly good-looking, personable, yet unable to escape the pain of a past love who is gone but can't be forgotten...
They meet...they smile, forget, remember...and look forward...to the magic of a love they have dreamed of all their lives.