In Black & White

 
  Romance

Date Published: June 7, 2016

Publisher: Chamomile Books LLC

 

Micah Winters always knew that she was different. It was the pigment of her skin and the texture of her hair that revealed that she was a woman from biracial parents. For five decades, Micah’s African American mother has remained silent about Micah’s estranged father (Sidney Irving). It is not until after Sidney Irving’s death that Micah learns that she is the daughter of the legendary novelist and screenwriter. Now with her mother’s memory fading away from Alzheimer’s disease, Micah can only rely on a novel that was written from her father years ago to understand her parents past during the time of segregation in the United States. Micah’s once simple life is not so simple anymore as she tries to make sense of an unfamiliar world as she inherits her father’s wealth and private past. With an abandoned heart, Micah must forgive the past in order to discover who she really is.

 

 Review

I really enjoyed the layout of this novel and the way Catherine Lavender told the story.

I don’t think there was anything out of the ordinary or too surprising about the novel, but it was a very good Contemporary Romance.

The characters had their flaws but you still felt captivated about them and wanted them to succeed. That is a true testament to a writers ability to pen a good novel in my opinion.

 

 

 

Catherine Lavender is from Baltimore, Maryland but now resides in the sunshine state of Florida with her miniature schnauzer named Ripken. She is an animal activist, as well as a supporter of the organization First Book which helps supply literature for underprivileged children. In her spare time, Catherine enjoys reading classic literature and playing the acoustic guitar.

 

 

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