Not a Day Goes By
Not a Day Goes By
Doubleday, Hardcover, 9780385498241, 288pp.
Publication Date: July 18, 2000
Welcome to the irresistible world of E. Lynn Harris...
He is a devilish and handsome ex-football player, now a rising sports agent at one of the hottest firms in the country. Irrepressible and dangerously alluring, John "Basil" Henderson has a history with women (and a few men). Basil is the consummate guy's guy: a commitment-phobe gadfly known for a double-edged magnetism that has the ability to thrill--and wound.
She is the uncompromising Yancey Harrington Braxton, an up-and-coming Broadway star who oozes charm and bleeds ambition. Young, beautiful, and dangerously crafty, Yancey is prepared to do whatever she must to get what she wants. A femme fatale who has left more than a few brokenhearted men in her wake, Yancey is intrigued and besotted by Basil.
Both believe that in each other they've finally met their match.
A lavish wedding is planned, and the ultimate power couple plans to spend their lives in holy matrimony. But just before the nuptials, fate and a little comeuppance from the past threaten the happy couple's future.
Masterful storyteller E. Lynn Harris takes the reader on a delicious ride into the mischievous lives of two very unforgettable characters.
E. Lynn Harris is a former computer sales executive with IBM and a graduate of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. He is the author of five previous bestselling novels: Invisible Life, Just As I Am, and the New York Times bestsellers And This Too Shall Pass, If This World Were Mine, and Abide with Me. If This World Were Mine won the James Baldwin Award for Literary Excellence. Abide with Me was a finalist for the NAACP Image Award. In 1999, Harris was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
He currently divides his time between Chicago and New York, where he is working on his memoirs. Harris remains an avid and devoted University of Arkansas Razorback fan (of all sports).
Praise for E. Lynn Harris's books:
"There is a universality about his characters--their stories are told with warmth and humor from a perspective that is as refreshing as it is straightforward."
--San Francisco Chronicle
"Breezy, big-hearted entertainment."
"What's got audiences hooked? Harris's unique spin on the ever--fascinating topics of identity, class, intimacy, sexuality, and friendship."