Book Reviews, Interracial Romance

Book Review: The Maid’s Daughter

In 1950’s South Carolina, Naomi Jackson’s mother takes a live-in maid’s position in the home of young William Cooper’s parents. Over the years, Naomi and William become fast friends and eventually teenage lovers.When William’s parents discover the interracial affair, Naomi is sent away. Forty years later, the young lovers cross paths again, but can they find their way back to each other after all the deception and lies? I one-clicked this book on a hummer, meaning a hunch knowing nada about it, including this was Ms. Knight’s debut novel. Yet, I am so happy to have found her at the…

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