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Books Similar To 50 Shades Of Grey: Father By Choice (BWWM Romance Novel) by Jamila Jasper

books similar to 50 shades of grey father by choice If you love romantic stories and books similar to 50 shades of grey, you'll enjoy this new interracial romance story featuring a powerful alpha male hero and a strong female heroine who falls in love with him. This story explores strength, power dynamics and finding healing from your past through love.

If you enjoy BWWM books and you're interested in pregnancy fiction featuring strong African American women, you'll want to check this book out. It's ultra-steamy with plenty of love scenes and touching romantic plot lines.

Check out the official description and then take a look at the sample below.

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The night Blue Summers met Damon, everything seemed to be going wrong.

Falling into his arms was easy… too easy for a girl who had sworn off men for good.

Blue discovers that Damon is her biggest political rival but getting rid of him won't be so easy now that she's carrying his child.

As the run for office gets tougher, Blue finds it hard to deny that her feelings for Damon are getting as hot as the race itself.

Romance Novel Excerpt: Father By Choice

 

 

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Romance Novel Excerpts: The Coach’s Baby

romance novel excerpts the coach's babyThe Coach's Baby is a story about a star athlete, African American tennis player Luna Forrester, and her attractive, playboy coach Ronan McIverson. As Luna approaches the biggest tournament of her career, she starts to develop confusing feelings for the man who's stood by her side platonically for five years.

Of course, things aren't always that easy which you'll find out in the romance novel excerpts attached below…

Ronan is far from the perfect guy and Luna's personal life is a mess. She's married to the game of tennis and for a man to keep her around, he'll have to be willing to not be a priority in her life.

Can Luna learn to balance her career and a boyfriend? Or will she have to ruin one in order to keep the other… 

Keep reading below to get a taste of the prologue and first chapter!

Romance Novel Excerpts: The Coach's Baby

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Short BWWM Books: The Trucker’s Baby

Short BWWM Books The Trucker's BabyOrlena James is back at it again with her delightful short BWWM books. This contemporary fiction romance author is particularly skilled at writing interracial romance books and pregnancy fiction books that appeal to black women and all people who love IR fiction. 

Check out the description of her upcoming release below and keep reading even further for a titillating excerpt that will keep you wanting more! 

Rhonda, a 30 year old African American woman, is working the night shift at Two Brews Coffee Shop and Bar to put her way through university. The night shift is usually lonely until one blustery night, a trucker named Malachi is rolling through town and he stops by for a pint of ale.

Rhonda is instantly attracted to him but Malachi's married. He's just found out his wife is cheating on him and Rhonda provides him a listening ear. When he leaves, she expects to never see him again. 

Weeks pass before Rhonda sees Malachi again. This time, everything is different and neither of them can deny their desires any further…

After their night of passion Rhonda is forced to wonder if she'll ever see Malachi again or if everything he said was a lie to get into her pants… 

Short BWWM Books Excerpt: The Trucker's Baby

 

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Dark Romance Books: Meeting The Twins

dark romance books meeting the twinsLove dark romance books? Jamila Jasper's latest release will satisfy your craving for interracial romance and a dark romance plot. This saucy BWWM romance novel tells the story of a black woman named Alyssa who is caught between two difficult choices. Falling for a pair of intense, masculine white twin brothers completely rocks Alyssa's hum-drum world. Check out more of the description to learn more and keep reading for the full two chapters featured on this website. 

Alyssa Coleman is hard on her luck after losing her job as a programmer and getting dumped by her boyfriend Shawn. A chance encounter in a cafe where she’s drafting her cover letter to a big tech company leads her to meeting Galen Radcliffe, an attractive blonde artist who instantly falls for her sweet demeanor. Their date goes far better than expected and Alyssa’s week is topped off by a swanky new job… 

Her first day at work, Alyssa is shocked to meet her boss who looks exactly like Galen in every way. Did her date lie to her? When Alyssa confronts her boss, she discovers his name is Dante Radcliffe. He’s the CEO of the tech company where she’s just been employed and he’s Galen’s identical twin brother.

At first, Alyssa is able to keep her romance with Galen out of the office, but as she pulls longer and longer hours with Dante, her feelings for both of them begin to get muddled.

When Galen announces a possible move to New York City and Dante proves himself to be more of a playboy than Alyssa realized, she wants to be through with them forever.

But things just aren’t that simple when true love is on the line… 

As Alyssa fights to do what’s right without anyone getting hurt, she’ll have to make more than a few difficult choices. Meeting the Radcliffe twins was far more of a game changer than she could have ever imagined… 

Dark Romance Books Excerpts: Meeting The Twins

 

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Books Similar To 50 Shades of Grey: Pregnant For The Big City Billionaire 2

pregnant for the big city billionaire 2.jpgThe second in this series of short bwwm books, Pregnant For The Big City Billionaire 2 is perfect if you're interested in books similar to 50 Shades of Grey. This is one of Jamila Jasper's best short contemporary fiction books that's also available as an audiobook. While this book is the second in the series, you do not need to have read the first part to enjoy it.

In this story, Kenya — a young black woman — has John's baby, but she's worried about their relationship coming to a standstill. She makes a plan to seduce John and try to squeeze some commitment out of him. Dressed to kill, Kenya goes to his office midday to let John know that she means business….

Of course, their attraction to each other surpasses her anger, and they have a hot afternoon together that restores the passion in their relationship.

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Short BWWM Books: The Quarterback’s Baby by Orlena James

The Quarterback's baby is this first of many in Orlena Jamesshort bwwm books the quarterback's baby' short BWWM books series. 

In this story, Vega Jameson is a regular African American woman living in a small town where a popular NFL team hosts their annual summer training camp. One of the players walks into the vet's office where she works and they immediately hit it off.

After an amazing date, their night ends with a bang.

Orlena James has worked to bring her best contemporary fiction to print in this steamy romance short. If you love romantic stories featuring black women and white men but you aren't quite interested in full length novels, you'll enjoy this impish short!

 

 

 

Short BWWM Book Excerpt: The Quarterback's Baby

 

Vega Jameson was working the lonely Wednesday afternoon shift at Dr. Wagner's Veterinary Office. She couldn’t believe Arya had convinced her to take this shift. Vega had given up a date with an incredibly attractive guy she’d met online just for this extra shift. Hey, Vega needed the money far more than she needed a man in her life. Plus the way Arya had begged her, Vega felt guilty for saying no.

 

During the summer, the town was dead. Vega lived in a small central New York town with a large state university. Without the students, the town was about as lively as a cemetery. Vega couldn’t believe she was stuck here for the entire summer. The only thing remotely interesting that happened here during the summer was the big major league football training camp. At least it would have been interesting if Vega gave a damn about football.

 

I need to quit this damn job. Vega thought to herself. Since the office was empty (as usual), Vega checked the back to make sure Dr. Wagner was preoccupied. She was. Dr. Wagner was busy tending to some poor abandoned cat in the back. Vega took that opportunity to take a long bathroom break. She walked into the bathroom and caught sight of herself in the mirror.

 

I look awful. Vega thought to herself. Since she’d picked up a last minute shift, Vega hadn’t had the chance to do her usual prep for work. Despite her insecurity, Vega was far from ugly. Vega’s skin had a beautiful dark color so dark that it was almost purple. She had short natural hair that she preferred to wear in long black Senegalese twists that fell down the middle of her back. There was nothing more soothing to Vega than spending a Sunday at the salon getting her hair done even if her scalp hurt like hell for a few days afterwards…

 

Vega filed her nails in the bathroom and then pulled her makeup bag out of her purse. It didn’t seem like anyone would be coming into the office anyways. Dr. Wagner had no appointments until 4. Vega started doing her makeup and just as she was putting the finishing touches on her lips, she heard the front door open. Shit!

 

Vega finished applying her grape colored lipstick and rushed out. Unfortunately, her boss had gotten to the customer first. Dr. Wagner was speaking with the man at the counter while Vega tried to tiptoe onto the scene hoping she could take over and escape Dr. Wagner’s wrath.

 

“Vega! We have a customer here who you kept waiting…”

 

She turned to the man, “I’m sorry Mr. Patterson. It’s impossible to find good help these days.”

 

Mr. Patterson let out an uncomfortable smile.

 

“I think she can handle making the appointment from here,” He suggested.

 

Dr. Wagner was blushing — Vega couldn’t figure out why.

 

“Oh no… I wouldn’t want your appointment to get messed up… Vega! Where did you put my appointment book?” She said, frantically searching around the front desk.

 

Vega pointed to the book right in front of Dr. Wagner’s eyes

 

“It’s right there,” She mumbled.

 

Dr. Wagner picked it up and flipped through it confused for a few minutes.

 

“Oh forget it! Vega! Make an appointment for Mr. Patterson and don’t mess it up,” She hissed before returning to the back.

 

Vega quietly made her way to the counter and mumbled, “Hi, what can I help you with today sir.”

 

The man standing across the counter didn’t reply for a while, he just smiled.  Vega raised her eyebrows as if to say “Yes??”

 

“She’s a bit nutty isn’t she?” He whispered.

 

Huh? Vega realized that he was talking about her boss.

 

“Yeah she is. I’m so going to get chewed out for not being here. But you’re the only customer we’ve had all day. What can I help you with?”

 

“I need an appointment for my dog… Angel… She’s a pug. Anyways. I’m from out of town and I brought her here but she’s been acting real funny lately. I just want someone to take a look at her tomorrow. I can bring her by after practice,” He said.

 

“Oh… Are you here for SUNY preseason?” Vega asked.

 

“No…” He replied.

 

He seemed a bit shy. Vega realized that there was something familiar about him too.

 

“Wait a second do you play for the — .”

 

“Yes…”

 

“Well that explains Doctor Wagner,” Vega replied.

 

Maybe it was because she’d just found out he was in the NFL, but Vega began to see that the man in front of her was cute. He looked a hell of a lot better than the usual white guys that traipsed around her town. He was tall, had a gorgeous white smile and he was clearly muscular. His arms and shoulders bulged through his black t-shirt.

 

“Um so when do you want that appointment?” Vega asked. Suddenly, she didn’t feel very composed and she felt grateful that she’d put on her makeup in the back room.

 

“How about four?” He asked.

 

Vega nodded. “That sounds good. Thanks for coming in today. Can I get a number to remind you of the appointment?”

 

“Is that a ploy to get my number?” He asked.

 

Vega couldn’t tell if he was joking or not.

 

She looked up wide eyed.

 

“I’m teasing,” He said with an impish glint in his eye.

 

“Oh…”

 

Vega knew she was being unreasonably awkward. She couldn’t wait for this entire exchange to be over.

 

“Hey, if you want to, you could come down to practice today. It’s open to the public and afterwards we can get a drink or something…”

 

“Are you still joking?”

 

“Not this time.”

 

Vega was giddy. She had just been asked out by someone who actually played for the NFL. Whether or not she knew anything about football, she knew this was a big deal.

 

“Wow… Well… sure! I’d love to,” Vega replied.

 

“Great well I’ll see you then,” He said.

 

“I’m Caelan by the way.”

 

“I’m Vega.”

 

“Well I’ll see you later Vega,” He said, flashing his signature grin.

 

Just like that he was gone and Vega was left to process what had just happened alone. Her time to process was short lived. Dr. Wagner burst into the reception area and Vega could tell she was on the war path.

 

“Vega! Can you explain to me why you weren’t in the office when a famous customer walked through the door!” She hissed.

 

“I was in the bathroom.”

 

“Abusing drugs?”

 

“No… using the toilet,” Vega said with a huff.

 

“Well… I’m sure you made a fool of yourself in front of him. When is his appointment? I can’t wait for him to get back. This could be my chance Vega! I’m tired of dealing with little boys you know? A guy like him… he’s a real man. He could treat me right. Do you think I should get a haircut?”

 

Vega didn’t have it in her to tell her boss that Caelan had just asked her out. She didn’t think Kat Wagner would have appreciated that very much either.

 

“His appointment is tomorrow around four.”

 

“Good. Excellent. I’m glad you didn’t screw that up. You know Vega… I don’t think you should be too jealous.”

 

“Jealous of what?”

 

“Well, I’m just saying… I worked hard throughout my life. That’s why I have a successful veterinary practice and I can find successful men to appreciate me.”

 

Before Vega could unleash her anger, the cat that Dr. Wagner was caring for in the back let out an aggressive meow.

 

MRROOWWW!

 

“Now stay here Vega and don’t miss any more customers,” She said before scurrying to the back.


Vega couldn’t wait for her shift to be over. She couldn’t believe what her boss had said to her. How could she think that Vega didn’t work hard? Vega worked this shitty job to make ends meet. That didn’t mean she didn’t have bigger goals or aspirations. Vega counted down the minutes to when she could bust out of Dr. Wagner’s office. The perfect revenge would be going down to Caelan’s practice and enjoying every minute of it.

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BWWM Books: The Dancer’s Magic

bwwm books the dancer's magicThis 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…)