Posts Tagged: BW

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Loving Laney by Harmony Evans

Loving Laney by Harmony Evans

June 4, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 0

When I went to RT, the registration packet included a USB stick containing something like 600+ ebooks. So of course when I got home I went on NetGalley to look for books to request. (I might have a problem. /shrug) I’d read and enjoyed Evans before and the blurb for… Read more »

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Lakota Dreaming by Connie Gillam

Lakota Dreaming by Connie Gillam

May 12, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 0

Lakota Dreaming came to my attention via Courtney Milan, who knew I was looking for working class / interracial titles. Overall, it was a solid recommendation and a book you should read. Zora is a successful fashion editor in NYC who frequently dreams about her ancestor, a former slave. Zora’s psychiatrist… Read more »

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Forever’s Promise by Farrah Rochon

Forever’s Promise by Farrah Rochon

May 5, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 8

Today’s guest review comes from Jessica at Read React Review. Enjoy! Forever’s Promise is the fourth book in Rochon’s Bayou Dreams series, set in small town Louisiana. I can’t really judge, but the setting felt authentic, not surprisingly since Rochon is a native of Louisiana. I’m familiar, in personal terms,… Read more »

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Yours Forever by Farrah Rochon

Yours Forever by Farrah Rochon

May 2, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 3

Oh book. We had such a complicated relationship, you and I. Every time I thought we were working it out you tossed me another curve ball. Let’s talk about the good times first, shall we? In Yours Forever Farrah Rochon has created a small town I didn’t automatically hate. Although… Read more »

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My Last Day Without You (2011)

My Last Day Without You (2011)

April 28, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 2

On a one-day business trip to New York, a German business executive (Ken Duken) falls in love with a singer-songwriter (Nicole Beharie) who exposes him to her Brooklyn world and emotions he has never experienced before. Starring: Nicole Beharie, Ken Duken, Reg E. Cathey, Marlene Forte — Reading and I… Read more »

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A Girl From Flint by Treasure Hernandez

A Girl From Flint by Treasure Hernandez

April 18, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 0

A Girl From Flint was fascinating in all the wrong ways but ultimately a completely satisfying read. I don’t understand Urban Books. While they’re shelved in the romance section most of the ones I’ve read have very few romantic elements. As Ridley said on Twitter “EVERY BOOK YOU LIKE WITH… Read more »

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