Book Reviews of Love Becomes Her (Kimani Romance)

Love Becomes Her (Kimani Romance)
Love Becomes Her - Kimani Romance
Author: Donna Hill
ISBN-13: 9781583147740
ISBN-10: 1583147748
Publication Date: 8/1/2006
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Kimani
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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LOVE BECOMES HER from the seasoned author Donna Hill is an excellent addition to her already well known Library. I particularly enjoyed this story because it was not only about the Hero and Heroine, Barbara and Michael, but about friendship between four friends and how each would always be there for the other.

LOVE BECOMES HER is an intriguing glimpse into the lives of four friends and how they handle problems presented.
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I have one copy of this book; It's basically about an older woman who becomes involved with a younger man and has her doubts about the union.
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Fate has one last zinger in store for Barbara Allen. His name is Michael Stevens, he is a basketball millionaire, he's more than half her age and he wants to spend the night! Does Barbara dare throw convention to the wind and enjoy?
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This is the first novel I've read by Donna Hill. I thought the story itself was good, however it was more about the development of a men's spa Pause, the friendship of Barbara, Stephanie, Ann Marie and Elizabeth, the men in their lives and their family dramas. Although, the female characters were well-developed and interesting the novel was not about the love story of Michael and Barbara. Which considering the title 'Love Becomes Her' and the description on the back of the book was a little misleading and rather disappointing. The few romantic scenes between Michael and Barbara were beautifully written, but their just wasn't enough focus on the couples relationship to allow you to get caught up in their story. It was more of an empowering, uplifting tale about girlfriends banning together to help start a new chapter in their lives.