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salma b’s last login was Monday, March 19, 2012.
Hi salma b,
Do you have a kindle? If so, I can loan you books. I simply enter the email address of the person I want to loan a book out to and they will receive an email. Once they accept it, they have two weeks to read it. After two weeks, the book will go back to my kindle account.
Hey salma b, Rivals for Love does have a menage scene at the very end of the book. It is really short and not detailed. I don't like books with menage but since it is such a small part of this book, I didn't mind. Believe me, you will like this book!! I just read two more books I think you will like. They are not interracial and the men are CAVEMAN CRAZY for the heroine:
- Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison
- Fated by Rebecca Zanetti
By the way I finished reading Beautiful Disaster and it was the best book I have read in a long time. Travis was amazing and now I am disappointed with other books b/c I want other heroes to be just like him. I have heard good things about Elizabeth Reyes' books which are also YA. They are on my reading list.
Hi salma b, Beautiful Disaster was already on my reading list and I have been reading Dohner's Zorn series for a few months. Since you have not read Nalini Singh's Desert Warrior, I strongly recommend that you read it NOW!! You have never read anything this good, believe me!!! Anyway, here are some interracial romances:
- Rivals for Love by Eve Vaughn (Read this ASAP!!!) (Start w/ this one!!!)
- Love Script by Tiffany Ashley
- Friends by Thayer King
- Thierry's Angel (Book One of Chevalier Series) by Shara Azod
- Remy Goes to Therapy (Book Two of Chevalier Series) by Shara Azod
- Forever Jade (Book Four of Chevalier Series) by Shara Azod
If you do not LOVE LOVE LOVE these recommendations, you never have to talk to me again. That is how confident I am about them. Please read Rivals for Love first, I want that to be your first interracial romance. Keep me updated as you read each one. I want to know what you think. All the best salma b!! Now start reading;)
Hi salma b, I hope you are doing well. I understand about being busy with school and can certainly relate. Here are some more recommendations (sorry if you read some of them already):
*Desert Warrior - Nalini Singh
*Out of Her Dreams – Fran Lee
*North Wolf – M. A. Everaux
*Beyond Illusion – Sherri L King
*Hold – Zannie Adams
*No Way Out – Wendy Rosnau
*Unlawful Contact- Pamela Clare
I have also starting reading books with white heroes and black heroines. I can give you some recommendations that I GUARANTEE you will LOVE!!! They are exactly the kind of books you want. If you are interested, let me know ;)
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Hi Salma b, you should also try Celeste Anwar. I really enjoy her stories especially "Utter Domination" which is her take on Lora Leigh's Breed series. Go to the New Concepts Publishing website for more of her books. Kimberly Dean is good especially "Fever". I'm at work right now so I can't chat too long. Keep in touch with me and I will give you more suggestions. If you have any suggestions for me, I would love to hear from you.
Hi Salma, thanks alot for your note, i really so much appreciate your opinion & recommendations. First of all, i'm wondering why you are not putting many Linda Howard & Judith Mcnaught books on your shelf? i'd have loved to know which books exactly you've read & your rating of them & which favourites you have among them. Anyway, as for Linda Howard, I'm really addicted to her, especially her romances, have you read After The Night, White Lies and HeartBreaker? They were all just fabulousssss. I also loved her romantic suspense Dream Man. As for Judith Mcnaught, Paradise will be my all time favourite, I loved Perfect, Kingdom of Dreams & Something Wonderful veryyyyyy much too, but Remember When was a dissapointement for me, & Double Standards & Someone To Watch Over Me were enjoyable but not much perfect. Concerning Sandra Brown, she's like an addiction to me, especially her romantic suspenses & mysteries, her White Hot, Envy, The Witness & French Silk are my favourites, but i didn't like her romances like In A Class By Itself , too much unnecessary sex, so which books have you read for her? I loved loved loved Chesapeake Bay series & Honest Illusions for Nora Roberts, so what books have you tried for her? I'd like to know also if you've read Twilight series, I've never imagined i'd like any vampire stories but this series was very wonderfully, smoothly & easily written, & i dunno how it penetrates the heart that way. I'm even very excited to watch the movie when released, its trailer was incredible. I'm planning to try the Dark Hunter and the Highlander series soon. And i really appreciate your recommendations of the other authors but i'd like to know more what genres of writing do they do, as you may gather i'm from Egypt, an Arab country, so i'm not aware of all your american authors & your most successful books. Thanks alot my dear and hope you keep in touch.
Hi dear, you are most welcome. So what are your favourite authors and books? As for me, i love Judith Mcnaught, Linda Howard, Sandra Brown and Nore Roberts alot. What do you think of them? I'm thinking of trying for other authors so what are your suggestions? I can see you've read the whole Sherrilyn Kenyon series so what do you think of them? Are they based only on sex? I can see they are very highly rated on shelfari so do you recommend them? And what book of them should I try first? What are the other authors that you like reading for? Waiting to hear from you.