A class assignment, one intended to mend cultural differences, brings Kennedi and Isaak together. From two different backgrounds, their only similarity being their attendance in the same class at the same university.
They attempt to learn about their differences and bypass their perceptions of each other to successfully deliver their final presentation.
'Imposing change on society' was the goal of the assignment. But through their forced interactions, they were changed. A genuine friendship blossomed although each recognized the other's quirks -- Kennedi being corny and naive, Isaak having three children by two baby mama's and living the street life.
They broke through their preconceived notions of one another, through their perceptions of anyone who could have lived like the other. They broke through barriers only they would understand.
Love Belvin has created a suspenseful romance, one where I found myself rooting for Isaak and Kennedi to realize their feelings for each other while praying for their safety.
I'm both sad that this was my first Love Belvin book, but happy that I've discovered her. Here's to binge reading and late nights!