By E. Lynn Harris
During this hotly expected end to his renowned Invisible Life trilogy, E. Lynn Harris grants a masterful story that strains the evolving lives of his cherished characters Nicole Springer and Raymond Tyler, Jr., and reintroduces readers to their respective enthusiasts, top acquaintances, and power enemies. Abide with Me strikes among the worlds of latest York urban, the place Nicole has lately settled for you to pursue her dream of returning to the Broadway level, and Seattle, the place a late-night telephone name from a U.S. Senator is set to alter Raymond's lifestyles dramatically. Relationships and goals are validated as Harris deftly courses us towards this unique novel's conclusion.
Sexy and heartwarming in equivalent degree, Abide with Me will thrill new readers in addition to fanatics already acquainted with Harris's certain tackle the common subject matters of affection, friendship, and family. E. Lynn Harris has actually performed it back.
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Four A’s and a B plus in advanced calculus last semester. ” Christian had been about to take his first shot, but he stopped. ” The semester had just ended last week. Final grades hadn’t been released yet. “I called my friend John Gray. He’s one of the—” “One of the assistant deans,” Christian broke in, setting up for the shot again. ” He made it easily. ” “It’s what I do, son. Which reminds me. While you’re home I want you to have lunch with my friend Ted Stovall. He’s a Stanford trustee. ” Stanford University had one of the nation’s elite business schools.
As they got up, there was a knock on the door. ” Clayton called, clearly irritated at the interruption. ” The door burst open and Nikki rushed in. Nikki was Christian’s younger half sister. She was a pretty brunette with a bubbly personality. They’d always been close. She went to Clayton first and threw her arms around his neck. “Sorry to interrupt, Daddy,” she said breathlessly, “but I wanted to say good-bye. ” Clayton asked, winking at Christian over her shoulder, feigning anger. “Thanks for the bracelet, Daddy,” she said, moving quickly to Christian and hugging him.
Abide With Me: A Novel by E. Lynn Harris