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Love Across Shadows - A multicultural multiracial romance series - cover

Love Across Shadows - A multicultural multiracial romance series

Cindy Burrows

Publisher: One Rib Publications

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Summary

Abigail Barton has big plans for her life. Who said women couldn’t charter their own course? After all, it's 1892...However, Trenton Anderson has other ideas...But, is he daring enough to brave the formidable Abigail?  
 
Abigail is not going to let Trenton Anderson or anyone else derail the plans she has for the future. She has important things to do. Besides, there is a history between their families, and it isn’t good. She’s not against finding love, but Trenton isn’t it.
 
Abigail is determined to make a difference as a multiracial woman in a post-slavery era...Trenton needs to bring down her defences. Could Trenton convince her to give him a chance and let sweet love into her life? 
 
Enjoy another heartfelt story featuring the Barton's and the McDowell's. The saga which started with ‘Love Amongst Paper Kings’ continues with Abigail in ‘Love Across Shadows’. This story takes you across cultures, is multiracial, with humour, love and passion while still being tasteful. ‘The Song of Solomon Books’ are at the forefront of nuptial romance and intimacy.
 
If you want a bit of intrigue mingled with multicultural and multiracial romance, this is the place to come. With a little bit of an African American small town western romance feel, it is tasteful, but with passion. The Post-slavery era at its best.

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