Love Awaits: African American Women Talk about Sex, Love and Life
This nonfiction equivalent to the bestselling Waiting to Exhale and Wild Women Don't Wear No Blues showcases the frank, hopeful, and defiant voices of 26 African American women. Arranged by topic, these interviews on love, sex, and growing up in the African American culture examine both the positive and negative aspects of women's relationships with men. Love Awaits is a book that women will read...and recommend to others.
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