Thursday, 4 December 2014

The Color of Love Blog Hop #InterracialRomance #MulticulturalRomance #Giveaway

Welcome to the 2nd Annual Color of Love Blog Hop. It’s that time of the year where we celebrate our love for characters of color in romantic fiction in the Color of Love Blog Hop.

To be honest interracial and multicultural romances are similar to those not in these sub-genres. People are people, no matter where they are from, or what they look like. We all want to be loved, and this has been reflected in every romance novel I've ever read.

But... it's those subtle differences between cultures and races that puts an extra twist on a story. I love learning about new cultures while reading. It saves me travel expenses and time. I appreciate it when I can relate to the characters in a romance on a deeper level because they are just like me. M
ost of all I like the way everyone mixes in these stories. Love crosses all barriers.

A plethora of cultures can be found in my latest release. Considering that most of the characters are being deported, there are some very interesting conversations. For a sweet romance things get heated between undercover agent Sarita and prison guard Matt.

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Now for the wonderful prizes:
  • 1st prize $50 Amazon GC + 7 ebooks
  • 2nd prize $25 Amazon GC + 7 ebooks
  • 3rd prize $15 Amazon GC + 7 ebooks
  • 4th prize $10 Amazon GC + 6 ebooks
  • 5th prize $5 Amazon GC + 6 ebooks
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Let's head on over to the other blogs to see what they enjoy about multicultural and interracial romances.


  1. Have a blast with Color of Love Bloghop, Nana.

  2. Thanks for the hop!!

    caiidynsmommie at gmail dot com

    1. I wish I could say any time, but it's a lot of work, so I'll say you're welcome instead.

  3. What a great thing to celebrate! Love is color blind after all. ;)
    This ones sounds intriguing.
    Thank you for participating!

    1. Thanks Tina. Love is love no matter how you look at it. A rainbow that makes the heart glow.

  4. I love learning about new cultures while reading, too. It never fails to flesh out a book, not to mention make it more real and intriguing!

    1. It adds a little bit of *something* to the story.

  5. I enjoy learning about new cultures especially when it come to matters of the heart. Love is love no matter who, what or when.

  6. I see lots of amazing books here!!!!!


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