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Strong relationships come from well-bonded friendships. The best foundation for relationships to grow, flourish, and succeed is a deep-rooted friendship. This is the time when two people get to know each other – and accept each other despite and in spite who the person is. In an emotive and touching story that will surely evoke a gamut of sentiments and thoughts, author Jonathan Anthony Burkett portrays how friends can end up as lovers – and how that can last a lifetime. From Friends 2 Lovers, you will experience how exhilarating and wonderful the ride can be, even if there are challenges and obstacles along the way. Claude and Kelly have been best friends since they were children. In Claude’s last year of high school, he deals with a heartbreaking tragedy – his father, brother, and close friend were shot and killed, and his mother and another friend committed suicide. How will he face a life with so much pain at a very young age? As he deals with this devastating sorrow and grief, he is blessed to have his best friend, Kelly, and her mother, Latoya Brown to comfort him. Kelly and her mom unceasingly pushed him to move forward to grow into a better man. As Claude and Kelly continue to give support to one another, their friendship also created a profound bond between them. This friendship gradually blossomed into something deeper. However, there are things they need to face that make them question their feelings. Have they truly created an unbreakable bond that can withstand through time? Follow them as they journey from Friends 2 Lovers in author Jonathan Anthony Burkett’s heartrending yet heartwarming story. In a compelling narrative that will touch your heart and make you think dearly of your friends and loved ones, you’ll surely experience an overwhelming ebb and flow of emotions as you leaf through its pages.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2012
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000601776890
    • ISBN:  9780985297015

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