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Ebony Angel

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Ebony Washington is about to finish graduate school and start the life she's always wanted for herself and her little girl. The future looks even brighter when she meets and falls for Richard Pacini. But Ebony's meddling friends and her ex, Trae, aren't happy about her dating a white man, and Trae will draw the line at nothing to make Ebony his again.
Paperback, 248 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Genesis Press (first published January 1st 2007)
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A.W.
Aug 26, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Very good story filled with passion, suspense, and love between two people from two totally different worlds.
L.M. David
Dec 10, 2012 rated it liked it
This book had its good points. I am just discovering this genre written for bw/wm relationships and most have been interesting. I wish there were a larger variety of stories written in this genre. Ebony Angel is one of the better IR books. The conflict between Richard and his family seemed over the top, how his mother disowned her son because she didn't want to admit to her Black Italian heritage because she had been bullied about it as a young woman. Richard may have also had hang ups about bei ...more
Linda
Mar 27, 2012 rated it it was ok
This book had its good points. This is a genre I am just discovering and, more often than not, the books are interesting. This one had a lot against it. Ebony seemed too innocent for a young woman living in the 'hood' and falling for a man who was too nice, favoring the opinions of a young man who is known to be a drug dealer. The situation between Ebony, her mother and an individual named Dan was kind of confusing. Tae, the drug dealer, had far too much influence over Ebony, even tried to kill ...more
Deloris
I really enjoyed this book I liked how Richard and Ebony met and fell in love . I liked the Ebony's cousin Skeet, and could not stand Trae. This was book that was hard to put down it kept me interested until the end. I got so mad at Trae and Ebony I was talking to the book , I could not understand why she did not walk away from him and why she never saw him for what he truly was evil. I felt bad for Richard he went through so much growing up and even as an adult with his family. This is a good b ...more
Shawnette
Jan 12, 2010 rated it it was ok
I can't say I liked it or disliked it...I just couldn't finish it...some of it is OK...some of it just didn't work for me...it also has too much going on...but that's just MHO.
PT
Apr 10, 2009 rated it liked it
First, I have to say that I did not enjoy this as much as Beauty and the Beast. Ebony's ex and friends are just a bunch of ghetto thugs. I spent most of the book wondering why she and her daughter didn't just distance themselves from these people. The ex was one manipulative SOB, but I have a say the ex's best friend was lovable. Yes, he was a thug and a drug dealer, but I could see some goodness in him.
Overall, not my cup of tea because I'm not into the whole urban scene.
Dalesha R
Jun 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
I injoyed that the book took place in Chicago!!! Big thumbs up on that aspect,
But why was the white guy made to look week?☹
Also Ebony kind of bugged me,
Why did she have to come off as not a strong woman?
I felt that the book did not rap up nicely.
So I guess it was an okay read
...more
Brezzy
Sep 24, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
One to many twists and turns.....

The story started out promising... but as the plot thickened... the twists and turns with the secrecy repeating itself was a bit much. Over all it still was a good story.
Kimchi
Jan 07, 2008 rated it it was ok
The characters in the book did not catch my imagination at all.
Shayna
Apr 01, 2009 rated it did not like it
I really hated Ebony. She was a little too ghetto for my tastes.
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