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Him & Her by [Eck, Emily]
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Length: 289 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Language: English

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This isn't a story about a BLACK man and a WHITE woman who fall in love. It's not a story about how opposites attract. It's not a story about unity or overcoming society's expectations, delusions, biases, or criticisms. And it sure as hell isn't a story about how two people changed the country's view on race and love.

This is a story about two people who have more in common than everyone thinks. This is a story about a man who's been hurt by the woman he should've trusted most, and a woman who thinks romantic love is just a myth Hallmark invented.

This is a story about two people who discover they just... fit. This is a story about two people who are better together than apart, who learn that not only does love exist, but when it's meant to be, it's easy. It's fun. It's a small slice of heaven in this shitty thing we call life.

This is the story of two people who find love. Two people who know the color of their skin is just a shell that houses what's inside—and it's what's inside that counts. It's what's inside that they love about each other.

They just can't seem to understand why no one sees it, and why the differences in their skin color have to be the topic of every conversation. Or why everyone expects, no, wants their love to fall apart.

This is a story about two people on a journey, but their journey isn't about falling in love. Falling in love was easy. The journey is about staying together when everyone is hell-bent on tearing them apart.
...just because he's a black man and she's a white woman.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 826 KB
  • Print Length: 289 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #533,882 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book 24 January 2017
By Talitha Hall - Published on
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I read this book and I became a part of Denies and Michael's world. I related to the dealing with racism with my son being biracial and my relationship being interracial. With me also being a writer it takes a lot for me to like a book. This is one book I am glad I spent my money on. Look forward to reading more from you.
5.0 out of 5 stars Another must read! 19 April 2015
By Melinda - Published on
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Loved, loved, loved this newest book. It's sweet, funny, sexy, and deals with real relationship issues that people can relate to, even if they've never been part of an interracial couple. Both of the main characters grew up in foster care and had their hurdles to overcome as individuals on their road to finding and trusting in love. They faced racism at every turn as an interracial couple, but were able to find strength and love in each other. But after all their struggles, we're left wondering is their love enough? Another must read by Emily Eck!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Is love enough? 18 April 2015
By Tonya Allen - Published on
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This is another great read by Emily Eck. Most people don't realize the struggles and worries that interracial couples can, and still do, face. I am white and married, happily, to a black man for 9 years now. Luckily, we didn't go through everything Denise and Michael did. Yes, I have had some family members that weren't happy at first, but luckily for us, we, and our daughter, changed them and made them realize that love doesn't see colors, it is color blind. Yes, I have concerns about our daughter, and we will deal with it, if and when it happens.

Neither Denise or Michael have had an easy life. Both were unloved and unwanted foster kids. That is until they find each other at community service. They both found something neither knew they wanted, existed, or needed....LOVE

But what happens when they are slapped in the face with racism that still exists? Will they make it through, or will it just be too hard and too much to handle? Is love worth it?

"I was addicted to us, the things we made each other feel when we were together like this. It was raw and primal, yet the most honest expression f love I'd ever experienced."

I did love the paintings done by WKTO and the little explanation by him about why he did those paintings.

This story really asks, is love enough?

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