Differences

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Differences
by Cristina Monro

The novella is about an out-of-the-ordinary romance that blossoms between two individuals of different races. The story is set in New York City. The hero, Daniel Devereaux, is the city's most eligible bachelor and anchors an award-winning talk show in one of the big networks. The heroine, Cara Marino, is a Eurasian who comes to work with the United Nations. Their paths cross providentially and they find themselves drawn to each other through common interests.

In the twists and turns, conflicts erupt when other characters blend into the situations. The novella honors the great love between two people created differently but destined to be together.

About the Author

Cristina Monro is a penname the author uses. The author is a Filipino who resides in Singapore. She is an editor, writer, and English instructor.

Monro has a Bachelor of Arts degree, major in English, from Xavier University and a Diploma in Language and Literacy Education from the University of the Philippines. She also has a Certificate for Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language from De La Salle University. She earlier received a Fellowship Grant from the US-Asia Environmental Partnership. She wrote a small book on the Filipino's penchants and peculiarities and co-authored a Communication Arts textbook for Third Year High School.

(2012, paperback, 114 pages)


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