Welford L. Williams Jr. uses a multifaceted approach to pose and answer the question of what it is to love a black man. His book is a collection of interviews of black men and the women who love them, as well as a journal of his own experiences and reflections. He addresses topics such as self-identity, family and romantic relationships, social and economic issues, historical ties to stereotypes and greatness, colorism, racism, and much more. The reader is challenged to analyze, rethink, or perhaps re-establish his or her beliefs about black men, as they are invited to take candid looks into their hearts and minds. This book is a moving force from the enigma, fear, misconceptions, and dehumanization of black men to normalizing them as equals in love and in the world.