Lauren Cecile
ASIN: B0154VQWA6
Publisher: J. Farley Press
Pages: 385

She is a wealthy Negro aristocrat living in Jim Crow Washington D.C. He is a Jewish lawyer who fled Nazi Germany. When Justinia and Julius meet at an NAACP convention, they defy family and societal expectations and change each other's lives forever. Their story, told in alternating viewpoints with insightful wit and humor, reveals their experiences involving race and class and sacrifices they make while living and surviving the turbulent 1930s.**2017 NIEA (National Indie Excellence Awards) Finalist Awardee for Multicultural Fiction**
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