For seven years, Kari Anderson has lived a lie. Because she's black, she assumes she can't be prejudiced. She ignores her memories of Jonathan, who she left because he was white. Now she's with a black man who has been approved by her parents...when suddenly Jonathan re-enters her life. Can Jonathan and Kari put wounds from the past behind them, or will Kari once again buckle under the pressure of society?
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