This book is unusual for Raven Ferrari's usual style, but one of her outstanding dark romance books none the less. Inspired by Creole culture of Louisiana, Two Souls Connected tells the story of a religious white man named Bellamy and the "magical" black woman named Zariah who he encounters during a missionary trip to the deep south. If you love romantic stories, this is one of Raven's beautiful romance novels that is guaranteed to keep you turning the page until the very end.
Arguably, this was one of the best contemporary romance novels with pregnancy woven intricately into the plot…
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One of Jamila Jasper's romance novel excerpts that flips the script on the typical black woman white man billionaire tale. In this story, the main character Victoria Brooker is a wealthy black woman interested in a working class white man named Craig Stewart. In this story, Jamila Jasper explores the various differences that separate Craig and Victoria; many of them are relatable in our own lives as well. The two lovers are separated by race, class and age and to overcome it all, they'll have to confront some hard truths about themselves and about society. One of the top romance novels when it was published, Trust Fund Baby easily soared into the top #50 BWWM books on Amazon.
The wealthy and spoiled African American woman Victoria Brooker meets one of her family's gardeners: Craig Stewart. Craig is a salt-of-the-earth white hustler with dreams of starting his own business. He's started at the bottom and he plans to work his way to the top.
This is one of Jamila Jasper's latest BWWM books that you definitely won't want to miss. If you enjoy interracial romance books and contemporary romance novels with pregnancy, you'll definitely want to read this entertaining and touching story by one of the best contemporary fiction writers in the interracial romance genre.
Shawna Raymond has bad luck with love. She's a dancer with a successful YouTube channel where she teaches easy-peasy dance moves to her viewers. She's an attractive African American woman who would rather focus on her career than dating due to a serious break up.
The world of dancers in their town is small and full of drama. Her best friend Amalia — a far less successful dancer — takes her out on the town to cheer her up and introduces her to an attractive white man on the dance scene named Alistair.
At first, Shawna thinks that Alistair "doesn't swing that way" but after a night of hanging out together, she realizes that not only is Alistair interested in her, she's very much interested in him.
There's only one issue. Amalia. (more…)