Colorblind - A Sensual Interracial BWWM Historical Erotic Romance Short Story from Steam Books

Steam Books
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 Escaping slavery on her way to a future of freedom in Canada, Ruthie is hosted by handsome young Joshua. The spark between them is undeniable, but in the 1800s the color line is one that love - and lust - is forbiden to cross.

WARNING: This 6,213-word tale is a steamy read that features passionate interracial lovemaking by a beautiful black woman and a handsome white man in a historical setting and may be too much for some readers to handle!
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About the author

 (Lauren Battiste)
Lauren Battiste had been writing steamy romance and erotica for years as a hobby under the pen name "RaLa" when she finally decided to go pro. Reborn under her new monicker, Lauren's work reaches out and touches countless new readers through Steam Books Erotica & Romance as well her own independent publishing. Lauren especially loves to explore the burning passion in interracial exchanges.

A native of Michigan, Lauren holds a degree in Business Administration, but we think she's even better at administering visions of love and lust into her readers' imaginations.

You can keep up with Lauren Battiste's latest at her blog: laurenxbattiste.wordpress.com.

(Steam Books)
Founded in 2012, Steam Books Erotica & Romance is dedicated to bringing you quality short-form erotica and erotic romance. We have a stable of talented authors - including stars such as Jonathan Kollt, Melody Lewis, Logan Woods, Crystal White and more - who love to make their readers hot and bothered. Whether your fantasy is experiencing a passionate and steamy romance, a mind-blowing kinky encounter, or an erogenous moment in an out-of-this-world fantasy setting, we have something for you.

So give our titles a browse and turn your e-reader into a discrete vessel for vicariously fulfilling your fantasies. Just make sure you don't fog up any windows.

Check out the latest from Steam Books and its authors at www.steam-books.com

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Publisher
Steam Books
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Published on
Nov 15, 2013
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Pages
38
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / African American / Erotica
Fiction / African American / Historical
Fiction / Historical
Fiction / Romance / African American
Fiction / Romance / Erotica
Fiction / Romance / Historical / General
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