Chicago Loving: BWWM Contemporary Interracial Romance

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3.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Nov 18th, 2015 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
Gunshots Ring out in Chicago...
Can She Escape the Mean Urban Streets?

Leah Wilson, a single, black mother trying to survive in the South Chicago Englewood neighborhood has bit off far more than she can chew. With her son’s father, Trey, breathing down her neck, escaping her past is much harder to do than she thinks until she meets Matt Baldwin.

Working as a white social worker in his birth city, Matt does everything he can to make a difference in people’s lives—and Leah is no exception. Even with his skilled experience helping single mothers, Trey makes it impossible for the generous social worker to help Leah.

Matt will have to prove to Leah that she’s worth far more than the man who’s torn her down and show Trey that evil never prevails. Will he have enough time before Trey pulls the ultimate shocking stunt?

The clock’s ticking, and time is not on their side.

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