What White Boyz Want

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Overview

This book consists of 5 novellas centering around interracial romances. In Crystal B. Bright's Bitter Ball, best friends discover love is the best part of friendship. In Seressia Glass's Sex on South Beach, a food critic find the food isn't the only thing that satisfies her hunger. Lena Matthew's Heart Wrangler is a story about how childhood friends can grow up and still be playmates. Raquel Taylor's Bayou Temptress is a tale of a woman who goes through hell to find a big piece of heaven. In Simone Harlow's ...
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Overview

This book consists of 5 novellas centering around interracial romances. In Crystal B. Bright's Bitter Ball, best friends discover love is the best part of friendship. In Seressia Glass's Sex on South Beach, a food critic find the food isn't the only thing that satisfies her hunger. Lena Matthew's Heart Wrangler is a story about how childhood friends can grow up and still be playmates. Raquel Taylor's Bayou Temptress is a tale of a woman who goes through hell to find a big piece of heaven. In Simone Harlow's Cowboy Cool and New York, a woman gives a country western star a reason to sing again.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781600430299
  • Publisher: Parker Publishing Llc
  • Publication date: 2/1/2008
  • Pages: 258
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Crystal B. Bright is a multi-published bestselling erotic romance author. Lena Matthews is a national best-selling romantica author. Seressia Glass is a national award winning author. Raquel Taylor is a bestselling e-book author. Simone Harlow is a rising star in romance.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2010

    Great short story Read

    Loved This book!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2008

    Why!

    I don't understand why this book was made at all. It had no plot, and the character development wasn't there. I am still trying to figure out why the book titled the way it was because I didn't feel the cowboy feeling in it. Also, one of the stories wasn't even about cowboys. Actually this was the worst analogy book I have read. Another, I am trying to figure how this book was suppose to be about white men finding a relationship with black women, but two of the stories wasn't white men. Read it for yourself.

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