Unfinished Business by Karyn Langhorne


Interracial Contemporary Romance

ISBN: 978-0060847890

Reviewed by Nikita Steele



Opposites Attract…

In one corner was Erica Johnson.  A fourth grade elementary school teacher who was not afraid to stand up and fight for what she believed in, even if it meant going head-to-head with a US Senator.  In the other corner was Mark Newman, a Conservative Senator and war hero veteran who believed that were still things worth dying for.  Mark wasn’t the type of man to let a dare pass him by; so, when Erica interrupted an important hearing with her opposing opinions of the war and issued a challenge for him to visit her inner city school classroom and to explain to her class why war was necessary Mark accepted without hesitation.  It soon became apparent to both Mark and Erica that opposite opinions of politics was not the only thing that stood between them.  A passion ignited deep within that neither could ignore.  But, before their relationship could move forward, Erica started receiving nasty, threatening hate mail that caused her to rethink having an intimate relationship with “the enemy”.

Talk about the difference between night and day.  In every way imaginable Erica and Mark were on opposite ends.  If Erica said go right, Mark wanted to go left.  Yet, no matter how hard they tried to fight it; neither could deny the red-hot chemistry that instantly bloomed between them.  Unfinished Business was a thrilling suspense that kept me hanging on the edge of my seat, eager to solve the mystery of whodunit and why it was important for the couple’s relationship not to survive.  Author Karyn Langhorne also kept the plot intriguing with the love/hate relationship between Erica and Mark.  It was a joy to watch their entanglement with each and every turn no matter how small or large the issue.  Despite their countless disagreements, Erica and Mark were perfect for each other and their romance was just as hot and erratic as their differences in opinion.  Enjoy!


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