Author: Elizabeth Andre
Publisher: Tulabella Ruby Press
Cover Artist: 3 Rusted Spoons
Rating: 5.00 of 5 Stars
Would you let your mother find your next girlfriend? Beautiful thirty-two year old African-American Aisha Watson works hard all week as a budget analyst and plays hard all weekend as a competitive longsword fighter. But her heart was recently broken, and she’s not even so sure she wants to be in love again after a series of dating disasters. Aisha’s mother decides to find her a nice girl and introduces her to Kris Donnelly.
Kris, with long chestnut brown hair and vibrant green eyes, is Aisha’s former high school classmate who is all grown up and become one of Chicago’s leading sommeliers. In between choosing fine wines, she’s just getting back into dating as Aisha is leaving the scene, but Aisha is about to learn that her mother may be right about something. Could Kris be the woman for whom she’s been searching?
Red or White
My first thought after finishing this book was AWWWW!!! I loved it! The ending was so sweet… actually the whole book was really good.
This is the story of Aisha whose mother wants to see her settled down with a nice girl. Mom claims she can find her the perfect one in only six months. Will Mom succeed, how long will her search take and will Aisha let herself love again?
I found this book very well written with a good flow and a solid story line. The characters are easy to care about and identify with. I enjoyed Aisha’s bits of humor. I could see this story actually happening.
This was a fun read that went surprisingly fast, Great job Ms Andre!!
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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