In this novel, Tito finds his childhood friend and marries her, but later his old flame, Margie, and Laurie attempt to enter into his new life.
Tito returns to his birth country where he meets a well-protected young woman he once liked, but he must first deal with immigration issues back in America before he can make the right arrangements to marry her.
"...an interracial romance story full of exciting episodes that will leave you with feeling good. The author cleverly weaves words making every scene one to remember. This is a must-read book! I can't wait for Kane's next novel." Sardool Singh Secretary, Global Listening Center
reading the first page. I really could not put this book down, and when I did,
I wondered what would happen next. Wonderful topic and characters! T. GastonInteresting character description. Raises that often asked the question of Can we go back home and if we could what would it look like? And of course who doesn't like to read a little romance. I couldn't wait to turn the next page. Sara G."Spring into Light" can spawn a visual interpretation to anyone who reads it thoroughly. -Jim Henderson
This book describes the life of a soldier, his view of world politics, and how day-to-day happenings affect his relationships with friends, family, loved ones, and the community. The soldier's agonizing thoughts about the country he wholeheartedly served lay bare in the lines and verses inside this collection as he cries out to mankind to listen to the silent voice of the war veteran.
Over the years my readers and the media have asked me what motivates me to keep writing
Emmanuel Kane is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Mass Communication and Journalism and author of 16 books. Kane, an award-winning author, is also a language and communications professor with over 35 years’ experience in freelance writing, publishing, and lecturing.
Emmanuel wrote his first romance novel, When We Met, in 1975. He was in Middle School. He has since published five novels: Dawn in Rage, The Unpaid Dowry, Leap in the Dark, Bo Aku, Undisputed King of the Forest, and Spring into Light. The Red City Review has hailed Leap in the Dark as "an illuminating book." The Virginia Pilot calls The Unpaid Dowry "a gritty, unflinching yet empathetic collage of lives." Pulitzer winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks has describes Emmanuel as an "indubitably talented" writer. This is what Kane's readers his say about his characters: "powerful," mystical," "intriguing," "magical," "bringing a breath of fresh air," "filled with riveting imagery."