As an African-American pioneer in the genre of contemporary women's-clean fiction, Marian L. Thomas’ success is noteworthy. She refuses to lace her work with explicit sexual themes or profanity, and instead pens refreshing, engaging and dramatic stories that revolve around strong female characters.
Race, hatred, passion, betrayal and heartbreak—are all things that make a dynamic and spellbinding read: Travel back to 1968 when a child is born. A friendship begins to unravel. A young man is fleeing the tragic loss of his mother. A romance crosses the boundary of hatred and proves that love is stronger than the color of skin. Find it all in, AQUA BLUE her latest book. Join the conversation, Hear Ya there!
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