Sunday, June 25, 2006

Forever And A Day

Great news!!! My first cover from Parker publishing and you're the first to see it. Let me know what you think. email me. Two people born and raised in New Orleans, have drastically different lives until a storm unites them. But can love overcome secrets, corruption and economic class? Can true love survive Katrina? Light skinned, privileged and with the right last name Jake Broussard know none of the hardships and prejudices Torrie has suffered, but he knows he loves her. Chocolate beauty, Torrie Thibodeaux, a resident of New Orleans lower ninth ward, doesn't feel so beautiful in a place where the ideal Black woman is light, bright and damn near white. But she only wants one man to think she's beautiful and worth to be loved. When Hurricane Katrina strikes the Big Easy, it brings Jake and Torrie together, but they are forced to defend their love and fight against tradition, corruption and greed

Saturday, June 03, 2006

Review of Misty Blue from Romantic times

MISTY BLUEby Dyanne DavisRT Rating: 4 Stars: Category: CONTEMPORARY ROMANCEPublisher: Genesis Press/indigoPublished: May 2006Type: Contemporary Romance (African-American)
In this sequel to The Wedding Gown, Davis presents more mature characters and reveals greater details surrounding Mia's and Damien's upbringings. Examining the psychological effects of child abandonment and self-doubt, the author depicts a much more complicated tale. Not the typical alpha male, Damien's character adds a delicate balance of sensitivity -- just when Mia needs it most -- without coming across as weak-willed. And though Mia's thoughts don't always make sense, she is a likeable heroine that readers will have a difficult time forgetting. This is, by far, Davis' best work yet, and alludes to the fact that this series may become a trilogy. (May, 220 pp., $9.95)—T.L. Burton
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Lest Ye Be Judged

Lest Ye Be Judged
Adam Omega, returns vengeance