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Mahogany Desires

Mahogany Desires

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book_worm_ By book_worm_ Updated Oct 14, 2016

Mr. tall dark and handsome Jason Mills was always particular when it came to women that he associated himself with for one reason: they all had an ulterior motive and were out for something. So it was a wonder when he found himself attracted to a woman, whom he never expected to get rejected by not once but twice just because of his skin color. He's never had to chase anyone before but there was always a first time for everything. 

Machayla Daniels was running from love and life because of her fears. Fear brought onto her by the one who promised to love her. Jason was the last thing she wanted in her already complicated life but as she ran, he followed. His mission: Become someone she would not only need but want in her life no matter how dangerous it gets. 
Can she handle him and his desires?

  • abuse
  • action
  • cars
  • domestic-violence
  • drugs
  • interracial
  • racing
  • urban
NightmareRoyale NightmareRoyale Jul 05, 2017
I WAS WAITING FOR THIS!! But fr tho the only way it would be considered offensive if the roles were reversed was if he said "I don't ate black gurls cuz they look like monkeys" or something of the sort
NightmareRoyale NightmareRoyale Jul 05, 2017
Uh no. Just because she don't find white guys attractive nor does she want to date them don't mean she on a high horse. It's her preference.
BubbleGumLollipop BubbleGumLollipop Oct 22, 2016
Though she's being honest she could have said that she just wasn't interested. If the roles were revered and a Caucasian guy said that he didn't date African American girls she would be highly offended.
GenesisKiara GenesisKiara Apr 30, 2016
I swear I thought he was a black guy from the description saying mr. tall dark and handsome
codename_tde codename_tde Apr 03, 2016
I try not to discriminate. Unless you're from my neighborhood. Then gtfo
quietbynature27 quietbynature27 Mar 25, 2016
Hi. I enjoyed reading the beginning of your book. The conversations felt very real. That's a plus! Well done writing. I'm off to read more.