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An Angel for Ms. Right by Lenise Lee

An Angel for Ms. Right

by Lenise Lee

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An Angel for Ms. Right by Lenise Lee is an interracial romance between college sweethearts but interestingly enough it is not their ethnicity that creates a rift but the difference in socio-economic status. Denise Right is from a rich African American family and Adam Aggeleki is from Greek decent and his family has no money to speak of. His economic status is not a problem for Denise but it is for her mother who believes Denise can do better than Adam and with someone of her own ethnicity. This young couple in their twenties have experienced enough unhappiness to know what they want and they want each other. The story takes you right into the heart of the matter and revelations and resolutions are reached quickly. This is another quick read with enough substance to make it an enjoyable story. Denise’s spunk and ability to speak her mind and Adam’s quiet strength make them somewhat of an odd couple but their chemistry makes up for the difference in their personality.

Denise Right is born to wealth and privilege but she would trade it all for a happy home. She longs for a father who hasn’t forgotten her on his climb to success and a mother who does not see her as an object to pawn off on the nearest wealthy guy. At twenty-three her sole focus is her education but when she meets classmate Adam Aggeleki there is something about him that pulls her towards him even as she resists the intimacy. It seems they share a common bond having parents who are not what they seem. The shared emotional baggage gives them a common element but it is not the driving force behind their attraction. As Denise’s home life spirals even further out of control, Adam’s arms are where she runs for comfort and it is in his arms she will find love and healing.

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