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More Than You Know (Arabesque) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Aug 2004

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Samba, My Love? 9 Oct 2004
By The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Set simultaneously in Orlando, Florida and the bustling city and countryside of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, MORE THAN YOU KNOW by Eboni Snoe is filled with intrigue as the main characters, Mara Scott and Jairo Camara, try to come together in the name of love. Samba dancing is the catalyst that brings these two together but the harboring of family dysfunction is what keeps them apart.

Let down by love, Mara, a design consultant, is talked into taking samba lessons in an attempt to bring some spice into her life. On a visit to Orlando, Brazilian entrepreneur Jairo literally bumps into Mara and sets a plan in motion to see her again. When it comes down to Mara's design for a building that Jairo is constructing, they not only have cultural but also moral differences. Both are stubborn with their wants, which provokes a storm of misunderstandings. Although sad and heartfelt, the story is also humorous because of the antics and one-liners by Mara and Jairo's friends, Sharon and Roberto.

Eboni Snoe has penned great characterizations and beautiful imagery in MORE THAN YOU KNOW. We receive a lesson in the rich and poor culture of Brazil that is interesting and enlightening. All of the elements of a very good romance novel are here-the romantic setting, the misunderstandings, humor, sadness and finally, true love.

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Could have sold Rio a bit more. 4 Jun 2006
By Gabriella Christina - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Overall the book was good however there was very little reference made to the city. It would have been nice for Jairo to have taken Mara on a tour of the city rather than pointing out Christ the Redeemer from his bedroom window. I'm surprised that she didn't take a trip to Copacabana or Ipanema beach, or the cable car up to Corcovado or Sugar Loaf. Like I said it was okay but adding these bits could have added to the romance. Rio is a great city and when someone gets a chance to sell it, they should sell it well.
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