Contemporary Fiction Drama: Playing the Player
by Sandy Gholston
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Jalen Hardaway had developed a love-hate relationship with online dating.
A thirtysomething black man from Detroit, Jalen had become comfortable with life in a small, rural, and predominantly white community. Since graduation from Piedmont State University, Jalen’s professional career had taken off – somewhat against the racial odds. Dating, however, could not be accounted among Jalen’s life successes.
Danielle Vander Wal had been the typical small-town white country girl. Still in her early 20s, and a mother twice over, Danielle wants more.
Online dating brought the two together. Jalen’s perception of post-racial life and Danielle’s racial loyalty are tested in ways that neither of them could possible matter. Their relationship sets off a chain reaction that brings everyone face to face with evil – the evil that others do and the evil that exists in everyone.
When cultures collide, sides MUST be chosen.
Online dating will take all of them where they never thought they would go.