"Excellent ethnic romance"
After her father died, computer programmer Vanessa Bradley
moved back to Columbus, Georgia from Atlanta to be with her
poet mother. Though she had made a few friends in Atlanta,
Vanessa has always been a loner and though she is in her
thirties, she never had a serious relationship with
anyone. This includes her parents who raised and nurtured
her, but truly were too deeply wrapped up with one another.
To Vanessa's shock, Xavier Johnson wins a volunteer award
for his participation in women's shelters and similar
issues. Males just do not do that kind of thing at least
in Vanessa's mind. Still when Xavier and Vanessa meet,
Her mother Jackie decides that an Australian Aborigine art
show will allow her to communicate with her dead spouse.
Xavier is also involved in the exhibit. When Jackie
vanishes, a frantic Vanessa turns to Xavier for help in
finding her missing mother. Together they seeking the lost
poetess while traveling the world in pursuit, but find a
deep love at the same time.
FOLLOWIN' A DREAM is an exciting ethnic romance that takes
readers on quite a journey with the ultimate destination
being that of a loving relationship. The story line is
fast paced and quite enjoyable, but requires a bit of
acceptance. The characters make the tale spin as the lead
protagonists are one heck of a duo and the support cast
helps the reader understand the emotions and motives of
Vanessa and the X-Man. Readers will delight in Eboni
Snoe's latest romantic escapade.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted July 3, 2001