Questions/Highlights for the Reader:
1. As a Black American, could you have "royal" roots?
2. This is what 'true love' from an African/African American woman looks like.
3. Real love can transcend the 'norm'.
4. Here is a love that fights to stay alive.
RevaL's Books - If Only... a love story, when true love is severely tested. A bad decision has brought devastation to the family, thus causing perceived rejection toward each other. There is perceived rejection toward the one who caused the devastation, as well as perceived rejection toward the innocent person. Can their love survive the ordeal, or would it be kinder to just walk away?
Is love supposed to be long suffering and kind? Does true love bear all things, hope all things, and endure all things? Take a look at 1 Corinthians 13:4, 7.
So then, how strong does love have to be to endure the test of devastation and perceived rejection?