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Until Ray (Book 1)
by Cheryl Robinson



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    Format: Kindle eBook
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 404
    Imprint: Rose-Colored Books
    Publisher: Rose-Colored Books
    Parent Company: Rose-Colored Books

    Book Description: 

    Book 1 of the Until Ray Trilogy

    Two people in the same city but worlds apart.

    Until Ray is an unconventional love story of how two young people transitioning into adulthood find each other and develop a bond that will be tested through three decades.

    HE IS LOST…

    Ray lives in northwest Detroit in a four-family flat with his mother. When he’s not at home, Ray’s either at the mall selling women’s shoes or in the club. In both places, he's focused on one thing—picking up women. Dissatisfied, dysfunctional, and leagues behind his peers, Ray's ready for a change but isn’t sure how to make it happen.

    THEN SHE ARRIVES…

    At twenty-four, Sarita has an MBA, is a CPA, and works in upper-level management at GM. But all that success comes at a cost: she’s lonely and craves the one thing she’s never had—attention from men. Until now. Dr. Graham Emerson wants to marry Sarita, and her parents expect her to, but Sarita isn’t convinced he’s the one for her. On a blind date, she meets Ray Saint and is immediately drawn in by his good looks and sense of humor. But his reputation for being a ladies’ man raises several red flags. Ray swears he’s changed. Is giving up a sure thing for a maybe worth the risk?

    Set in the mid-eighties, Until Ray explores life and love through the lenses of colorism, classism, and family dysfunction.



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