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Between Goodbyes
by Anita Bunkley



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    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 364
    ISBN13: 9780758212474
    Imprint: Dafina
    Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
    Parent Company: Kensington Publishing Corp.

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    In Between Goodbyes, Anita Bunkley tells the unforgettable story of a beautiful survivor with everything to offer—and to lose… Long, lean, and exotically beautiful, Afro-Cuban Niya Londres has achieved a great deal since coming to America ten years ago. Through talent and hard work, she’s climbed her way to the top of her glittering career as the star of a hit Broadway musical. Now she’s planning her lavish Acapulco wedding. There’s just one hitch—she hasn’t said "yes" to any of the three men who have popped the question! Tremont Henderson, a gifted jazz musician with a checkered past, was the first to capture Niya’s heart. Broadway producer and her long-time manager Granger Cooper holds a claim on her affections as the man who made her a star. And then there’s Astin Spencer, a tanned and devilishly sexy entrepreneur who unexpectedly came into Niya’s life… Three men anxiously await her answer. Which will Niya choose? As Niya carefully weighs her decision, she discovers that all she’s ever dreamed of might not be what she really wants… <> Praise for Anita Bunkley and Mirrored Life… "A touching story of betrayal and redemption…entertaining, fulfilling…a joy to read." —Connie Briscoe, New York Times bestselling author "A breakout…[an] absorbing story…you won’t be able to put down." —Tananarive Due

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