Again, By Sharon Cullars...
Is this just not the most gorgeous cover? The woman behind the lilies is hot, and if I was that way inclined, I sure would *g*.
Anyway, I'll be reviewing Again by Sharon Cullars sometime this week.
Check out this blurb from Amazon:
Tyne Jensen is a young black woman, a budding journalist who is about to find herself between jobs and a long time between relationships. At her sister's wedding, she meets David Carvelli, a handsome young architect whose dissolving partnership threatens his career.
David feels an attraction, while Tyne feels repelled; both are powered by strange dreams they have been having of a forbidden love and passionate pursuit that leads to murder.
David's mother, Carmen, is a psychic who senses a danger that connects her son to a man from the distant past with unresolved anger and violent proclivities. Carmen teams up with a college student studying the genealogy of her family and is intrigued by the mysterious murder of a black schoolteacher in the late 1800s in New York.
Doesn't that sound positively yummy?