Till You Come Back To Me By Chicki Brown

Till You Come Back

Wow! This story needs to be made into a movie. I loved reading every word on every page and as I said I'm waiting for the Stafford Family movie. Great story and great characters makes this an Awesome book. Chicki Brown This was a very smart, well written multicultural romance, set mostly in Nigeria. I loved reading about Adanna and Charlies' blossoming courtship and the Nigerian marriage traditions. I can tell the author did a lot of research into Nigerian culture in general (the Igbo and Yoruba tribes, traditional familial roles, patriarchy, etc) and being the history nerd that I am, it really added to my enjoyment of the story.

Although my favorite characters were the hero and heroine, I found myself smiling whenever little Chi Chi was written into the scene. She was such a cute little thing. All in all, this was just a delightful read! Chicki Brown I thoroughly enjoyed this second book in the Stafford series. A fulfilling love story with some old fashioned traditions some of them need to be abolished some should be carried on. Blending old with new is often hard in any culture. Her story shows how love can conquer all, with a little endurance and persistence. Chicki Brown


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Atlanta plastic surgeon Charles Stafford is giving up his successful practice to volunteer his services in Nigeria with a medical organization. Even though he’s excited about this major career move, he has no idea how much his life is about to change.

Nurse Adanna Okoro is one of the six medical professionals working at a small village hospital thirty minutes outside of Lagos, Nigeria. She loves her job and is devoted to the people she serves. When the hospital is notified that it has been chosen to host a team of foreign doctors, Adanna meets the man she has always dreamed of. Till You Come Back To Me

Love those Stafford Brothers

The Stafford Brothers series continues in this book about Adana and Charles. The story is set both in America and Lagos, Nigeria. I loved the details of the setting, the traditions and culture of Nigeria. Though I tend to avoid romances, this series is more than that. These books pull you in and don't let you go until the end. Chicki Brown One of the most impressive elements of this story was the author's ability to make me believe that she had done an incredible amount of research. Her depictions of Nigeria and Atlanta were so crisp that I could almost imagine myself being there. As for the love story, it was amazing. I could feel Adanna's frustration with her family and her deep sense of compassion for the world around her and the man who had suddenly appeared in her life. Charles was the man we all want: smart, sexy, and unwavering in his love for Adanna. I was really happy that the author gave them a way of being together without either of them having to sacrifice their identities while both of them made concessions to how they'd imagined their futures and careers. Chicki Brown I fell in love with the Stafford Brothers series after 'A Woman's Worth ' (which I WILL be reading again) and this one just made that love stronger. The story about Charles and Adanna was captivating, and very well-written. Ms. Brown did an amazing job with the details and painting vivid pictures of the settings, especially in Nigeria. And once again, I was taken in with how strong and unrelenting these men are, especially when it comes to their women.

While I will admit that it took me a little longer to really get into this book than it did 'A Woman's Worth', which had me from the beginning, it did get to the point where I couldn't put it down. I love it when all the Staffords get together, and Lillian (the matriarch) is awesome with a capital A.

As soon as I finished reading this today, I bought the next book in the series, ' Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough,' which looks like it centers on brother Greg. Can't wait to read it. Chicki Brown Love found while doing good!

While I loved the chemistry between Adanna and Charles, parts of the story seemed unrealistic. I thought they were perfect as a couple but being as though I don't know about Nigerian culture and abandoned children, I was not drawn in nor convinced things happen like that. As well, I thought the dad and brother were unreasonable and the kidnapping scene was a little crazy too! Overall a pretty decent read! I want to see what happens with the other Stafford brother's so I will definitely keep reading! Chicki Brown Awesome Read!

This is a book that I highly recommend to others! I love how the Author gives great detail on the background story of the main characters! Everyone who reads this book will enjoy it! Chicki Brown