Relations

Relations Frank Ellis has it all good looks a charismatic personality that draws people to his financial seminars in droves and a multitude of women for the choosing Unfortunately it isn t enough any As Fran

  • Title: Relations
  • Author: Pamela D. Beverly
  • ISBN: 9781458203793
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • Frank Ellis has it all good looks, a charismatic personality that draws people to his financial seminars in droves, and a multitude of women for the choosing Unfortunately, it isn t enough any.As Frank leads one of his entertaining seminars on financial planning, one audience member captures his attention the beautiful Delilah Carpenter from Savannah, Georgia BewitchFrank Ellis has it all good looks, a charismatic personality that draws people to his financial seminars in droves, and a multitude of women for the choosing Unfortunately, it isn t enough any.As Frank leads one of his entertaining seminars on financial planning, one audience member captures his attention the beautiful Delilah Carpenter from Savannah, Georgia Bewitched by her charming accent and sexy curves, he is thrilled when he encounters her again in the hotel bar after the seminar They go to dinner, but not before he has had too much to drink After he makes a less than favorable impression, he passes out at the table, leaving Delilah to ensure he gets back to his room safely When he awakens the next morning and discovers she has already checked out, Frank wonders if he will ever get a chance to redeem himself.Frank and Delilah come from different races, different backgrounds, and different parts of the country But in a passionate affair of two lonely hearts, only time will tell if all of that really matters.

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    1. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.28th October 20134 out of 5 StarsABOUT THE BOOK:"Frank Ellis has it all—good looks, a charismatic personality that draws people to his financial seminars in droves, and a multitude of women for the choosing. Unfortunately, it isn’t enough anymore.As Frank leads one of his entertaining seminars on financial planning, one audience member captures his attention—the beautiful Delilah Carpenter from Savannah, Georgia. Bewitche [...]

    2. I received this book in exchange for an honest review via RI&R.First off: BRAVO goes to Ms. Beverly. Not only did she manage to have relatable AND likable characters in Frank and Delilah, she incorporated some many "normal" things that happen to people not of fiction.I loved the pace of this story line, she touched on the unimportant day to day duties while making it believable, and not affecting the rest of the story. The fact that she gave ALL her characters personal issues, just as many o [...]

    3. It’s not the color of a person’s skin you fall in love with it’s their heart, soul, mind and spirit….Relations invite you into the lives of main characters’, Frank Ellis and Delilah Carpenter.Two people from different worlds discover in love there is no color. Sweetly told story of a couples fight for what is right for them.The author tells the story with honesty and sensitivity. She touches on a subject of two different cultures coming together. The odds are stacked against them to su [...]

    4. I received the book for free through First Reads. I enjoyed the book greatly. It had a very good storyline, and the characters were believeable. More people are now touching on the subject of the races mixing, and this book did a delightful job with that. It kept me interested the whole way through, and the ending was quite pleasing. Now for the next part of the story? It would be nice to see where they go with it in the future. One small issue with the grammar - I did catch a couple (2) places [...]

    5. A wonderful romance between two people who at first appear to have a lot of differences - they come from different geographical locations, different backgrounds, different races, but when you get past all the superficial stuff, they have a lot in common. Two people with good hearts who connect and show that there are some things greater than differences things like love.Well-written, this is an exciting romance and a page turner from start to finish. Great dialogue, a clever plot, and character [...]

    6. I won this in a giveaway.Beverly shows the intricacies of relationships be they familial or romantic. She explores racist issues that still arise in our day and age, and not only for the main characters Frank and Delilah (Dee), but their friends Andy & Twyla and Dee's family. Religion is mentioned, but that isn't the main focus. And when disaster rears its ugly head, that's when a person's true heart is revealed.The novel portrayed a realistic life that didn't bore me but made me want to kn [...]

    7. I rated this 3 stars. The beginning starts off with Frank Ellis, a handsome financial planner and Delilah Carpenter, a beautiful southern belle. They make a perfect couple except that Delilah is white while Frank is black. It's a beautiful story about true love enduring all, racism, long distance relationship, and a jealous employer.The story itself is very slow pace and at times a bit mundane, but the romance itself is a beautiful thing.

    8. Prose style: 4Plot: 3Depth of characters: 4Originality: 4Entertaining: 4Emotional Reaction: 4Intellectual Stimulation: 3This is an adorable love story, Frank is just so sweet. I could also relate to many aspects presented in this book.

    9. This book kept me interested and was fast paced. It is a good read for that rainy Saturday when you want to curl up with a good book. The the author comes across as earnest when it comes to human relationships. I hope there is a part 2.

    10. Frank Ellis, like all men, black or white, is resistant to change. The old, 'if it ain't broke don't fix it', are the words he lives by until Delilah Carpenter enters the picture.

    11. Relations shows the racial and cultural challenges a biracial couple goes through as they try to build a relationship.

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