Published by Amazon Digital Services LLC on August 27, 2020
Genres: African American, Romance
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She's the illusive part of a dream.
Blink and wonder if she's real. Can beauty be that vivid? Can a mind be that sharp? A mouth that bold?
She's everything I've ever been denied.
She's everything I'm too afraid to say I want.
She's here. Panther eyes. Hands on mine. In mine.
She's better than a dream.
Because she'll stay
If I give it all up.
He's the man I liked too much to pity and wanted too much to ignore
A harp played, a woman moaned her agonies and luxuries into a microphone and
He had chocolate and Scotch in his hands when I told him I wanted him
It was better than I imagined.
He wants to hide us and everything we've become.
Family, money, occupations, and career paths.
There's too much at stake, he says.
I am supposed to be his lifelong enemy. Not this.
But I am me, and I am his
Sacrifices will have to be made.
Dueling family interests? Sworn enemies since childhood falling in love with each other? The Days of Our Lives and General Hospital fan in me rejoices.
However, once I started reading Enemies No More, I was a little confused initially. Angelique and Derrick weren’t what I would consider enemies. Not really, anyway. Their families weren’t even enemies either, tbh. Derrick’s father, Drew, dislikes Angelique’s father because of the way he runs his business and how successful he is. He thought they should be doing things a certain way and didn’t really like anyone being seen as successful, or more than him and his family. Angelique’s dad didn’t really give a damn,