From Dusk to Dawn (Paperback)

By Niambi Brown Davis

Parker Publishing, LLC, 9781600430367, 225pp.

Publication Date: April 1, 2008

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Successful body products CEO, Ayo Montgomery, has her life on track. Her son is away at Annapolis, her business is flourishing and she is comfortable in her own skin, despite the untimely death of her husband. She doesn t know she's missing something in her life until on a hot, August day, she meets a younger man, Bilal Abdul-Salaam. Bilal Abdul-Salaam has been waiting for the right woman all his life, a woman he can love, cherish, have children with and grow old with. On a hot, August day, he finds her, but she's everything he didn t expect. Ayo and Bilal are worlds apart. She's Christian and he's Muslim. She is ten years older than he and already had her family, and he wants to start his. But both are overwhelmed by a smoldering attraction that refuses to acknowledge their differences. As they work their way through the obstacles of family and friends, they discover their love is strong enough, passionate enough and deep enough to make every sacrifice worthwhile.

About the Author

Niambi Brown Davis was born in Philadephia, Pennsylvania and raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Niambi is the mother of three adult children. For nealry three years she wrote for Bronze Thrills, True Confessions and Black Romance magazines. She indulged her passion for sailing and travel by serving as publicist for the Black Boaters Summit and as a member of the National Association of Black Travel Writers. Presently, Niambi writes for Travel Lady Magazine. A script for her first digital novella has been accepted and published by Arrow Publications, LLC. Aside from travel and writing, Niambi is an avid reader of historical fiction, and deeply involved in tracing the history of both branches of her family tree. Her day job is running the business of Sand & Silk/Soleful Strut, Niambi's own line of handcrafted bath and body products. Please visit Ms. Davis at www