Archives by Category 'Black Fiction'



Review: Bad Blood by L.A. Banks March 2, 2012 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Paranormal, Reviews
badblood-lbPublisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks Copyright: 2008 Publish Date: April 1, 2008 Pages: 342 Form: Paperback Series: Crimson Moon (1) Author: L.A. Banks Buy the Book: B&N | Book Depository Sasha Trudeau knows all about working beneath the shadows, back-alley deals, and things that go bump in the night. She also knows that the world is

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5 Black Authors Who Rocked My World as a YA February 28, 2012 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Top Five
blackbooks  One: Francis Ray I started with Only Hers at 13 or 14 and have devoured everything from her since.  Her romances taught me to set a standard when it comes to men and to always believe in the Happily Ever After because they are real and attainable.  Her books taught me about realistic expectations,

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Review: Josephine and the Soldier by Beverly Jenkins February 27, 2012 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Reviews, Romance, Young Adult
josephineandthesoldier-bjPublisher: Harper Collins Copyright: 2003 Publish Date: January 21, 2003 Pages: 311 Form: Paperback Author: Beverly Jenkins Buy the Book: B&N | Book Depository JOSEPHINE Josephine Best has it all figured out. Just seventeen, she’s been to college, she has her own hairdressing shop, and she refuses to be distracted by any of that courting

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Review: Sanctuary Cove by Rochelle Alers February 17, 2012 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Reviews, Romance
sanctuarycove-raPublisher: Hachette Book Group Copyright: 2012 Publish Date: January 12, 2012 Pages: 338 Form: Paperback Series: Cavanaugh Island (1) Author: Rochelle Alers Buy the Book: B&N | Book Depository Still reeling from her husband’s untimely death, Deborah Robinson needs a fresh start. So she decides to pack up her family, box up her bookstore, and

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Review: A Seductive Kiss by Francis Ray February 13, 2012 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Reviews, Romance
aseductivekiss-frPublisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks Copyright: 2012 Publish Date: January 31, 2012 Pages: 292 Form: Paperback Series: Grayson Friends  (5) Author: Francis Ray Buy the Book: B&N | Book Depository YOU CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON FRIENDS Dianna Harrington is known throughout the world as “The Face”—the stunningly beautiful spokesmodel for her family’s fashion empire. She could

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Review: Black Gold by Anita Richmond Bunkley February 10, 2012 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Historicals, Reviews, Romance
blackgold-arbPublisher: Penguin Copyright: 1994 Publish Date: February 4, 1994 Pages: 448 Form: Paperback Author: Anita Richmond Bunkley Buy the Book: B&N | Book Depository Leela Wilder, a proud and beautiful African-American woman, is caught in the torrent of greed, ambition, and prejudice that turned oil-rich Texas farmlands into wellsprings of fortune in the tumultuous 1920s. 

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Review: If I Had My Way by Lena Sledge February 6, 2012 | Anthology, Black Fiction, Fiction, Reviews
Publisher: Sony Brook Publishing Copyright: 2011 Publish Date: January 24, 2012 Form: e-book provided by Author Author: Lena Sledge Buy the Book: B&N If I Had My Way is a collection of ten short stories. Some are surprising and some are subtle. This splendid collection of short stories begins with Sunshine. A story of a

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Review: Something Old, Something New by Beverly Jenkins September 19, 2011 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Reviews, Romance
somethingoldsomethingnew-bjPublisher: Harper Collins Copyright: 2011 Published: June 1, 2011 Pages: 336 Form: Paperback Series: A Blessing Novel  (3) Author: Beverly Jenkins Buy The Book: B&N | Book Depository The citizens of Henry Adams are starting to take bets—will Lily Fontaine and Trent July finally tie the knot? All they want is a nice, simple wedding,

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Review: If You Were My Man by Francis Ray May 9, 2011 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Reviews, Romance
ifyouweremyman-frPublisher: St. Martin’s Griffin Copyright: 2010 Published: March 2, 2010 Pages: 322 Form: Paperback Author: Francis Ray Buy The Book: B&N | Book Depository Nathalyia Fontaine has been the sole proprietor of the restaurant Fontaine since her husband died four years ago. She hasn’t dated anyone in all those years, choosing not to open her

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Review: Midnight by Beverly Jenkins April 25, 2011 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Historicals, Reviews, Romance
midnight-bjPublisher: Harper Collins Copyright: 2010 Published: November 1, 2010 Pages: 370 Form: Paperback Author: Beverly Jenkins Buy The Book: B&N | Book Depository In Boston, revolution is in the wind—yet none would ever suspect Faith Kingston of treason. But under cover of darkness, the beautiful daughter of a Tory tavern owner becomes the notorious spy

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