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A Little Love

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A Little Love


Set to the distinctly Latin beat of Miami, C. C. Medina's debut novel introduces four Hispanic women, their lives, loves, and, most of all, their friendship. From the bedrooms to the bars, from the dance floors to their kitchen tables, follow these amigas—Isabel Landon is a successful engineer reeling from a tough divorce who meets a free-spirited writer who will shake her to the core. María Mercedes Virtudes, aka Mercy, careens through life with a zest for fun and men until her mamá urges her toward el matrimonio. Lucinda Portes de Colón had a charmed existence but is forced by her husband's betrayal to survive for the first time on her own. Julia Velásquez is a writer facing a moral crossroads, yet even her dearest friends may not stand beside her.

Over tapas and Cointreau, these four amigas laugh and shed bittersweet tears at the absurdity of life. In the end, their values are universal. Amistad y amor. Or, in other words, friendship and A Little Love.

A Little Love
by C. C. Medina

  • Publication Date: June 1, 2001
  • Genres: Fiction
  • Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • ISBN-10: 0446609765
  • ISBN-13: 9780446609760