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For All We Know (Novels of Love & Hope) download ebook
ISBN:
0373831048
ISBN13:
978-0373831043
Author:
Sandra Kitt
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Harlequin Kimani Arabesque; Original edition (August 26, 2008)
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For All We Know book. A native Sandra Kitt is the author of more than twenty novels, including The Color of Love, Significant Others, and Close Encounters, as well as numerous short stories

For All We Know book. When Michaela Landry agreed to house-sit at her godparents' Memphis. A native Sandra Kitt is the author of more than twenty novels, including The Color of Love, Significant Others, and Close Encounters, as well as numerous short stories. Her work has been nominated for the NAACP Image Award and has appeared on theEssence and Blackboard bestseller lists. She is the recipient of the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award and the Zora Neale Hurston Literary Award.

2008) A novel by Sandra Kitt. When Michaela Landry agreed to house-sit at her godparents' Memphis home, she expected a quiet, peaceful summer. Instead, her stay takes a dramatic turn when she finds a runaway teen and brings him to the nearest hospital. The only person he trusts is Cooper Smith Townsend, a local pastor whose calm demeanor and dedication are as attractive as his rugged good looks.

For All We Know (Novels of Love & Hope). Sandra Kitt has published almost forty novels and novellas. This book was the first black romance that I had ever read. She has been nominated for the NAACP Image Award, and has received the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award and the Zora Neale Hurston Literary Award. I have been reading them ever since.

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Sandra Kitt’s novels include THE COLOR OF LOVE, THE NEXT BEST THING, FOR ALL WE KNOW (to benefit St. Jude Children’s Hospital), and RSVP WITH LOVE. Sandra was the first black writer ever to publish with Harlequin

Sandra Kitt’s novels include THE COLOR OF LOVE, THE NEXT BEST THING, FOR ALL WE KNOW (to benefit St. Sandra was the first black writer ever to publish with Harlequin. She launched the successful Arabesque line, now under the Kimani Press imprint, and she is the recipient of two Lifetime Achievement Awards, one from Romantic Times, and the second from the New York chapter of Romance Writers of America.

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Sandra Kitt is an African-American author of contemporary romance novels. Her works have frequently made it to Essence magazine's "Black Board" bestseller lists. Sandra Kitt was born in New York City as the eldest of four children. Her dream was to illustrate children's books. After graduating from the Music and Art High School in New York, she earned a bachelor's degree in fine arts from City College of New York

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Reviews:
  • Rexfire
This is a love story with a wonderful background story. When Michaela decided to spend her summer in Memphis, her one thought was to find peace after breaking off her relationship. Little did she know that her life would change irrevocably with a chance encounter with ET, a young man who was HIV positive.

Cooper was a man who sought redemption by helping and caring for others after suffering a life altering loss. The great attraction to Michaela was beautiful.

I really loved that this story evolved around their commitment to helping others, showing their selfless, caring ways. I strongly recommend this book as it touches on so many important issues and is well written.
  • Rageseeker
This is book one of a series and it is wonderful. It deals with HIV/Aids in children and how society still is afraid to be around someone who has it even with all the material there is our there to read. Micheala Landry is a teacher at Howard University and comes to Memphis to house sit her god parent's home while they go away on vacation. She has just broken up with her fiance of 2 years and needs a break and this was the perfect opportunity to do so. She meets one of the neighbors Jefferson McNeil who is a widow with twin daughters. He was asked by her godparents to look out for her while they are gone. One night she hears something in the back yard and calls Jefferson to come over. They discover a child in the garage and he is very sick. Jefferson wants to call the police but Michaela says no and begs him to help her get him to a hospital. The young man's name is ET but does not trust her at first but she tricks him into telling who she needs to call because she does not have the authority to allow the hospital to treat him. In comes Smith better known as Cooper Smith Townsend. Sparks fly between them on there very first meeting. He too has a past that still haunts him but with time, he explains all to Michaela. ET has been in the foster system since he was two and was not diagnosed with having HIV until now. His foster mother decides that she can't keep ET for fear that he will infect the other foster kids. Michaela has become attached to him and asks to take him in with her until a more permanent home is found. ET trusts Smith and eventually warms to Michaela. She helps ET realize that he is not going to die and that if he takes care of himself and take his medication that he could live a long life. Because of ET Michaela and Smith spend more time together and each learn to love and trust again. This story is good from the first page until the last. It will also make you more aware of how many people still shun people with the virus because they have not made the effort to find our more about it instead they believe all the negative hype about this disease and how is is spread.
  • Debeme
I enjoyed this storyline very much. Circumstances can bring lives together in many unexpected ways and come to a full circle of everything working out together. It may be the formatting of the ebook but it would be nice to have a scenery change break instead of everything running together as a side note.
  • Goldfury
Love the message in this book. If only we treated everyone with compassion and understanding. Look forward to read more like this.
  • LivingCross
One of my favorites..
  • Leniga
The characters are so rich... the storyline was interesting and had depth and meaning. And the love story was sweet :)
Didn't want it to end!
  • Dainris
Michaela Landry came to Memphis for a little R&R for the summer before she had to be back at Howard to teach for the fall semester. She was not looking for a relationship, but she found two. There was ET, the sickly teenage boy she found living under her godparent's house. This then led her to Cooper Smith Townsend, an amazing man that was too good be true. He mentors, he coaches, and he helps people in need. He does everything right, except opening himself up to others. Will Michaela be the one to get in?

For All We Know is a true love story. Sandra Kitt does a great job with writing about a pure romance. The story was very realistic. The characters had to come to self-realizations before they were ready for any type of relationship. The story contained very believable relationships that went through the realities of an everyday romance. The secondary characters also added depth and believability to the story. There were a few places in the story that could have been developed more. This would have certainly given more background information about the characters, but For All We Know was a sweet story overall!
"For All We Know" is the first in a series benefitting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Sandra Kitt does a phenomenal job of exploring the foster care system and all it's troubles while dealing with a child who has HIV. She also tackles the undercurrent of fear that still exists in todays society about those who are different.
The book is a page turner from the start. Michaela and Cooper make a fantastic couple. The conflict of how to deal with their new found feelings in relation to how they each wish to move forward in their lives, keeps your attention. ET is a wonderfully strong character who just makes me want to reach through the page and comfort him. The ending is very satisfying. I highly recommend this wonderful read!