White Chocolate is a send up on the bedevilled black, upper-middle class in affluent Westchester County. Events cause Charlie to take stock of her life: a philandering husband, morally bankrupt social group and a vulnerable daughter. Charlie's newly minted teenager is caught in the external class and color driven divide, as well as internal family tensions. Sex, class and competition foment as mother and daughter make choices and undergo a transformative journey where they learn to survive and finally accept themselves and their needs.Rose muttered and slammed through her sleek, sunny kitchen. It was Saturday morning. Evadne, that lazy, rude, ass of a maid should be here when she really needed her-weekends! when husband and children were underfoot making aanbsp;...
|Author||:||M. Angela Lynch-Clare|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2011-03|