A Change Had To Come

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Kensington Publishing Corp., Oct 1, 2009 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Leticia Langley is used to fighting for what she wants. That's how she wound up being the first in her family to graduate from college. So what if she's never had a date? All that's about to change when she gets herself a job as a food columnist for The Journal--and treats herself to a makeover that will transform her life.

With her hot weave and a dazzling new wardrobe that shows off her curves, the opposite sex suddenly takes a shine to Leticia. Except for Max Baldwin--a colleague who accuses her of trying to knock him down on her stampede up the corporate ladder. But Leticia is determined to stand her ground and get her due. And as she finds herself being offered more tantalizing prospects, including a trip to Africa, she also wins the respect--and admiration--of her handsome one-time nemesis, Max. Now she'll have to decide if she wants to let down her guard, and let in the one man she could get serious about.

Praise for the Novels of Gwynne Forster. . .

". . .Wise and wonderful as it points out, once again, the importance of honesty and appreciating what you have while you have it." --Publishers Weekly on A Different Kind of Blues

"Touching, thought-provoking, and will make you think twice about ever keeping secrets from the one you love." --Kimberla Lawson Roby, New York Times bestselling author on If You Walked in My Shoes
 

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User Review  - mlnelson01 - LibraryThing

I received this book through the Early Reviewers program and started to read it several times, then put it down. This past week I finished it. I think the author had a really good message in this book ... Read full review

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User Review  - MeeksShelf - LibraryThing

Unfortunately, I could not finish this book. Although it was promising because I liked the premise. The characters and the story line seemed forced. It just could not hold my attention. Read full review

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