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Three Wishes (Indigo: Sensuous Love Stories)
Three Wishes - Indigo: Sensuous Love Stories
Author: Seressia Glass
ISBN-13: 9781585710928
ISBN-10: 158571092X
Publication Date: 5/1/2003
Pages: 242
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Indigo Love Spectrum
Book Type: Paperback
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Three Wishes includes just enough turmoil to keep the story interesting throughout. This couple had to not only deal with the issue of race (Maya is black, while Nick is White), but deception as well. Life is not perfect, which makes the story more real. Both characters had secrets that they kept from one another, with one really being a huge bombshell.
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reviewed Three Wishes (Indigo: Sensuous Love Stories) on + 63 more book reviews
I read this some time ago & have kept it on my Keeper shelf. This is definitely a MUST READ it's meat & potatoes, prime ribs of sorts meal that sticks to ya ribs kinda Story what you Need in interracial romance..nooope not to be missed! OOOH yeah also check out
No Commitment Required by: SERESSIA GLASS it's also an Interracial Love story about a scarred Heroine,beautifully done,bravooooooooo Ms. Glass!
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Great love story-very good read couldn't put it down.
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I found this novel to be quite charming. This is the second novel I've read and enjoyed by Ms. Glass. I really enjoyed the heated attraction between Maya and Nick. I enjoyed the blossoming relationship Maya had with Nick's daughter Taylor. I also enjoyed the very large, diverse, loving and supportive family that Maya came from. The way her family was portrayed throughout the story made you want to be apart of it and definitely read more about them in future novels. That being said, I thought Maya's character should have been stronger when dealing with the race issue considering her family background and how she was raised. I thought she should have fought a little harder when dealing with the negative issues that popped up in their relationship. I would have thought Nick would have had more trouble coping with their racial differences considering his background and his mother's negative attitude. But other than that little set-back, I thought it was a quick, sweet, romantic fairy tale.


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