What Makes a Good BWWM Interracial Romance Novel?

We understand the answer to this question is subjective, of course. Everyone is going to have their own opinion on the matter. With that said, a good BWWM interracial romance book needs to have – at least – the elements that are needed for any good novel. Additionally, it needs to have just the right amount of seasoning to truly make it BWWM. And that’s where a lot of authors go wrong.

There’s nothing worse than reading a BWWM book and having the main characters be stereotypical cardboard cut-outs. As a reader, we want more from our interracial romance stories. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of what we think it takes to make a great BWWM romance novel. If you agree or disagree, leave a comment below and let us know!

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Baby of Another Man

BWWM Novella

By Tamara Black

By Fate (and Craigslist), Soul Mates Meet

Jay Jacobs is a privileged white guy who has been floundering through life after graduating college.

Kayla Spencer is a beautiful, black artist living in Cleveland’s historic Tremont neighborhood.

They meet after Jay answers a Craigslist ad she placed to sell “Baby shoes. Never used.”

Fate brings them together. Will the secrets between them tear them apart? Or will true love win out in the end?

Get it now at Amazon.