A Loving Mix-A Loving Day Anthology
8 Short Stories.
In our world, outside forces find reasons to keep us apart. Wealth, religion, and race are dividing factors. All manmade barriers that have nothing to do with the heart of the people involved. Although wealth and religion can be hidden, race cannot.
On June 12th, 1967, the Supreme Court struck down the laws that enforced racial segregation in marriage and Loving Day was created. To celebrate this step to remove this unjust barrier to love, eight Interracial Romance authors have come together to celebrate with stories that challenge the social norms on both sides of the coin. With contemporary, paranormal and historical settings discover how finding the other half of your soul is worth fighting for.
Beyond Everything by Angela Kay Austin
When you’re trying not to be found, what happens when you can’t hide from tradition, family or love?
The Dance by Jamallah Bergman
Living in a small town was hard enough but when old traditions are about to mess with their Senior dance, Sophie decides that enough is enough. As she embarks on her quest for a dance where ‘everyone is welcome’ she learns a lot along the way about her small town’s racial history.
Grave Intentions -A Witch for Hire Novella by Shyla Colt
Hedge-witch, Cedar Hollings is used to working odd cases, but tracking a necromancer with the witch-hating vampire Arlington Bonnor is taking her down a path she never imagined for herself.
An Imperfect Family by Tricia Drammeh
Zach and Claudia have always believed their love for each other could overcome any obstacle, but when Zach’s teenage children come for a summer visit, an unforeseen challenge threatens to destroy their love and everything they have planned for their future.
Two if by Sea by Ines Johnson
Set sail on this fish out of water adventure as the Arthurian Lady of the Lake crash lands into the Greek God of the Sea in “Two if by Sea”!
Secret Devotion by Reana Malori
Loving someone shouldn’t have to be so tough. Tanner and Chantell have loved each for a lifetime, but sometimes love isn’t enough. Long-held bigotry and prejudice has stood in the way of their love for too long. After years of hiding behind the veil of friendship, Chantell has had enough and she’s willing to leave Tanner if things don’t change. What she doesn’t realize is, Tanner will never let her go.
Unintended by Cerece Rennie Murphy
Not all good news is cause for celebration. When eighteen-year-old Katherine comes home from her first semester of college engaged to Clayton Davis, what was expected to be a peaceful Thanksgiving dinner erupts into a multi-family crisis as secrets are revealed, cultures clash, and confrontations re-open old wounds. You’re Invited!
All That Matters In Her World by Michel Prince
John Brand IV knows he lives the easy life, but all that matters is being part of Audi Cartwright’s world even if it costs him everything he’s been given.