Love Don't Live Here Anymore

By Denene Millner; Nick Chiles
(Dutton Adult, Hardcover, 9780525946410, 324pp.)

Publication Date: March 4, 2002

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Randy Murphy and Mikki Chance-Murphy are a contemporary couple whose marital bond is tested by the demands of their emerging professional lives. He is an ad executive who has temporarily relocated to Paris to pursue a prestigious account. She is a fashion designer living in Brooklyn, trying to move her struggling bridal boutique into the black.

Unfolding in alternating chapters from each of their points of view, Love Don't Live Here Anymore tells the story of what happens to a marriage when infidelity and distance-both physical and emotional-enter the equation. As Mikki finds herself powerfully drawn to her husband's best friend, it will take some major shaking up-not to mention faith, understanding, and lots of love-to put the pieces of their marriage back together. If it's not too late.

A novel about the choices that shape our lives and relationships, this is a moving and captivating addition to contemporary African-American fiction.




About the Author

Denene Millner is articles editor at Parenting magazine. She is the author of The Sistahs' Rules and has co-authored, with her husband Nick Chiles, the novels Love Don't Live Here Anymore and In Love and War, and the nonfiction What Brothers Think, What Sistahs Know relationship series.
Nick Chiles is an award-winning journalist who has written for Essence, the Dallas Morning News, The New York Times, and the Newark Star Ledger. He is currently a reporter for New York Newsday. Together, he and his wife, Denene Millner, have written the Blackboard-bestselling What Brothers Think, What Sistahs Know series and the Essence bestseller Love Don't Live Here Anymore.

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