Twitter Book Club Discussion: WHEN MORNING COMES
Join us for our #blacklitchat Twitter party. We are excited and honored that Francis Ray is our June host for this chat. We will be discussing her novel, WHEN MORNING COMES (St. Martin, June 2012).
Francis Ray is the New York Times bestselling author of the Grayson novels, the Falcon books, the Taggart Brothers, and Twice the Tempation, among many other books. Her novel Incognito was made into a movie aired on BET. A native Texan, she is a graduate of Texas Woman's University and has a degree in nursing. Besides a writer, she is a school nurse practitioner with the Dallas Independent School District. She lives in Dallas. Visit her at http://francisray.com/
WHEN MORNING COMES . .
Five men and women who grew up as orphans seek out their lost brothers and sisters, finding love and family along the way.
Dr. Cade Mathis learned early that he was not the son of the man who raised him. His adoptive father, a cruel, bitter man had always been quick to tell him that he was a bastard and an embarrassment to the rich society family whose daughter got pregnant with him. So when Cade received a full scholarship to college, he was only too happy to leave the only home he had ever known behind and never looked back. Now a successful doctor and one of the best neurosurgeons in the state, the only thing he still wants are answers about where he came from. What he doesn’t expect to find is Sabrina Thomas, the new patient advocate at his hospital or how this woman will lead him to the family he has been searching for and a love he never expected to find.
"Family dynamics are at the core of Ray's new series, along with plenty of heartwarming romance. The primary and secondary couples here are smart, caring people and readers will root for them, making this a compelling series starter."—Romantic Times
"It's a perfect contemporary romance that will have you believing in true love. When Morning Comes is so powerfully written, and I guarantee, you won't want to miss it." -- Sizzling Hot Book Reviews
"Francis Ray creates characters and stories that we all love to read about."
--Eric Jerome Dickey
“Crisp style, realistic dialogue, likable characters and [a] fast pace.” —Library Journal