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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