At Last

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Xulon Press, 2007 - Fiction - 460 pages
Three God-fearing Christian women are growing weary in their wait for their husbands. They've remained celibate for years. In the up and coming New Millennium, they journey on a quest to find their mate. Interracial dating and younger men will be a consideration. Kim is twenty-eight and a virgin. She has prayed for God to send her a husband "just like her father." Will her Pastor-Father support her, when she falls for a womanizer? Karen is a forty-two year old divorcee. Her son's coach, a former NBA player, falls madly in love with her. Will she follow her heart, or listen to her ex who's opposed to a white man rearing his son. Barbara is forty-seven, never married, has a twenty-four year old daughter. She hasn't dated in sixteen years; she has a tall order for her desired mate, will she maintain her standards, when she falls for a younger man, who falls short of her criteria? "At Last" will.Make you Laugh.Cry.It will Encourage, Challenge, Convict, Motivate. BILLIE JEAN KING is a Reverse Mortgage Consultant-Senior Citizen Advocate. She was born in Mer Rouge, Louisiana and currently resides in Castro Valley, California. This is her first Novel.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
27
Section 3
42
Section 4
114
Section 5
150
Section 6
179
Section 7
195
Section 8
203
Section 15
285
Section 16
307
Section 17
311
Section 18
348
Section 19
355
Section 20
382
Section 21
383
Section 22
385

Section 9
208
Section 10
221
Section 11
235
Section 12
257
Section 13
265
Section 14
280
Section 23
386
Section 24
387
Section 25
390
Section 26
391
Section 27
393
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About the author (2007)

BILLIE JEAN KING currently resides in San Ramon, California. To hone her writing skills; she does freelance writing. She was born and raised in Mer Rouge and Bastrop, Louisiana. This is her first novel.

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