Interracial reader romance
Sophie from Ashburn Age: 33. In sex love all except pain. Love and gentle sex and rough in the mood.
It still is to some, but it's become so popular pubs who used to turn their backs on erotica and explicit sex are now telling authors, they want MORE of it. And sometimes I'm like, "Come on. Maybe we can balance this thing. Just like Loni pointed out.
Suzanne from Ashburn Age: 29. If you like exciting erotic adventures in bed and thrills, then you will definitely like me.
Reader Recommended Interracial Romance Books
Everyone knows my number one pet peeve so I won't bother to mention it again. Every book is different and so is every author. Now, I could be misinterpreting this, but it sounds like she believes that in order to satisfy her black readers she'd have to write a character who comes from the inner-city. Publishers are taking heed, as well they might. Every person in your book doesn't have to be black. To me it's just a cop out used by some authors. When someone grows up in suburbia with no black families in the neighborhood, where you're lucky if you get one or two black students at the schools you attend, go to work in a predominantly white area, it's understandable how these people watch tv and think all black people are from the ghetto, listen to rap music and all speak in ebonics.
Dana from Ashburn Age: 21. I'm exactly the graceful and sexy doll you've been looking for.
Natalie from Ashburn Age: 29. Exquisite, educated and incredibly sexy, a real woman!
Lessons in love and lust
There is no need for us to act like the other is an alien and so different from we are that we can never relate on anything EVER. I know I'm the member of a number of writers boards and I've noticed some not all white authors have this sort of upbringing. There are people who are still not anxious to hear this message. Grown folks don't act like that. I know some readers demand a lot of sex, but I only like it if the scene calls for it.
Vickie from Ashburn Age: 29. Meet a man for sex.