Black Love Spotlight #2: A Champion’s Heart by Piper Huguley

When I first the saw the cover to A Champion’s Heart, I thought it was just another contemporary AA romance. But then I looked more closely at the cover, and I saw that old ass transit bus in the background, and I had to take a closer look.

Well, lookie here! An AA historical romance set in the 30’s! Yup, I clicked it. Check out the blurb, then you go and click it!

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1935. Champion Bates left poky old Winslow, Georgia when he was seventeen years old. He had promised to elope with his childhood sweetheart, but pressured by other influences, he took an earlier train leaving his Delie behind. The pain at leaving her behind has tormented him for the seven years he fought as a ham and egg boxer, trying to make himself worthy of her. He had no chance for the big time until now. He has a fight with a contender boxer–a white man. However, he has been told more fighting will possibly blind him.

Back in Winslow, Cordelia “Delie” Bledsoe is out of luck. A teacher in the local school, she has the care of several children who have been abandoned by their parents. She’s offered $200 to take the children out of Georgia. She wants to take them to her family in Pittsburgh to live on a family farm, but Champion Bates shows up, insistent on helping her. She does not want to trust her old love but has little choice.

Champion wants to redeem himself with his former sweetheart and doesn’t expect much, but the hair and eyes of one of Delie’s young children tugs at his heart. In this story of sacrifice, Champ and Delie struggle to learn about love and both must grow A Champion’s Heart.

Could that young child be Champ and Delie’s? Hmmm…A Champion’s Heart is available on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited.

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