Book: Buildings - a New York love story by B.L. Wilsoncategories: Book, Women's Fiction, Black Romance, African American Fiction, Chick-Lit, Gay Romance, Black Fiction, Adult Fiction, Domestic Abuse, Lesbian Romance
B.L. Wilsonabout this book: I'm always trying to explore everyday situations in my novels. In this case, I wanted examine if a woman who had been the victim of domestic partner abuse, would go back to the same abusive partner again. Even if she'd met a new woman who would never abuse her, would she still elect to go back to the familiar but abusive woman or would she chose the non-violent, nice woman? If she chose the abusive woman, why did she? If she chose the nice woman, why did she?
All those questions and more were answered in my novel.
Buildings, a New York love story is the tale of a single mother with three children looking for a good woman but can't see the best woman is right in front of her.
City building inspector, Maxine Simms finds Samantha Armstrong's children in a dangerous basement and brings them home slightly injured but no worse for the wear. She forgets to return the little girl's bike and it becomes the excuse to see Samantha again. The two women begin dating and things couldn't be better.
Maxine is crazy about Samantha and her children. The children, Emma, Timmy and Billy like Maxine and her scrappy little bulldog, Butchie, a great deal. Samantha thinks she loves Maxine until her ex, Sergeant Norma Higgins, pops back into the picture injured and in need of her tender loving care.
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