Milk in My Coffee

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Penguin, May 1, 2000 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Jordan Greene moves from the deepsouth to New York City, and finds more than he ever bargained for. When he sharesa ride with a vivacious young white girl, a romance grows between the unlikelypair--much to the chagrin of Jordan's friends and family. Love on the other sideof the color bar forces him to examine his own values and follow his own heart.In this brightly entertaining and emotionally complex novel, Dickey againdemonstrates why he is one of the hottest voices in African-American fictiontoday.
 

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User Review  - SeriousGrace - LibraryThing

The premise is Jordan and Kimberly are supposed to each take turns telling their side of their seemingly doomed romance. While I tagged this "chick lit" it isn't. Not really. It's the story of two ... Read full review

MILK IN MY COFFEE

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Dickey—who will inevitably be called —the male Terry McMillan—'shows a willingness to take on deep-rooted stereotypes, while occasionally lapsing into some of his own. His third novel (Friends and ... Read full review

Contents

part one Preconceived Notions
1 Jordan Greene
2Jordan Greene
3 Jordan Greene
4 Jordan Greene
5 Jordan Greene
6 Jordan Greene
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19 Jordan Greene
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21 Jordan Greene
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part four Secrets
23 Kimberly Chavers
24 Jordan Greene

8 Jordan Greene
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part two Ghosts Hanging from My Trees
12 Kimberly Chavers
13 Kimberly Chavers
14 Kimberly Chavers
part three Family Reunion
15 Jordan Greene
16 Jordan Greene
17 Jordan Greene
25 Kimberly Chavers
26 Kimberly Chavers
27 Kimberly Chavers
28 Jordan Greene
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30 Jordan Greene
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32 Jordan Greene
33 Kimberly Chavers
34 Jordan Greene
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About the author (2000)

Eric Jerome Dickey is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty previous novels as well as a six-issue miniseries of graphic novels featuring Storm (X-Men) and the Black Panther. Originally from Memphis, Dickey now lives on the road and rests in whatever hotel will have him.

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