Break Every Rule
This is an African-American/multi-cultural contemporary romance set in Texas. The main female character is 29-year-old Dominique Falcon, her background is Muscogee Indian and African-American. She has tried a few different jobs and is in the process of setting up a photography studio. She uses a different surname because she wants to be a success without using her wealthy family's name. Dominique was married once to an abusive husband and finds it di... Dreaming of You
Faith McBride is a plus-sized African American woman living in Santa Fe and successfully running her family's hotel, Casa Serenidad. Although Faith has a wonderful life and two loving brothers, Cameron and Duncan, the one thing she is missing in her life is love. Ever since Faith was a teenager she has been madly in love with gorgeous Brandon Grayson, her brother's best friend. Faith can't forget all the high school dances that Brandon escorted her to ... Like the First Time
St. Martin's, May 2004, 13.95, 368 pp.
In Charleston, South Carolina, computer repair guru Claire Bennett thought her job was safe even with downsizing at Middleton Corporation; however after two years of employment, she is let go at a time she still deals with her older brother's bills. Brooke Dunlap is not concerned about losing her job at Middleton because she expects to marry wealthy Randolph Peterson III; instead she is dow... Someone to Love Me
St. Martin's, Dec 2003, 6.99, 320 pp.
In San Francisco, Michelle Grant is heartbroken when the man she loves announces he is engaged to someone else. She makes a scene and he chases her onto the nearby beach. An “angel” rescues her from her former beau's assault. BJ gives her more than just passionate love, he provides her the belief she can make something of her self.
Nine years later, Michelle is one of Dallas' leading co...
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