The Color of Love

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 398 pages
  • The Color of Love
  • Sandra Kitt
  • English
  • 05 November 2018
  • 0451184270

10 thoughts on “The Color of Love

  1. Obsidian says:

    I have to say, that I am really glad that I kept my copy of this book all these years I really enjoyed reading it as a teenager and I thank Kitt for exposing me to interracial romances as a teenager as well I didn t even know that was a genre til I got older In The Color of Love , Kitt explores an interracial relationship between an African American woman named Leah who is a graphic designer and a white man named Jason, who is a New York City police officer.Kitt tells the story focusing on n I have to say, that I am really glad that I kept my copy of this book all these years I really enjoyed reading it as a teenager and I thank Kitt for exposing me to interracial romances as a teenager as well I didn t even know that was a genre til I got older In The Color of Love , Kitt explores an interracial relationship between an African American woman named Leah who is a graphic designer and a white man named Jason, who is a New York City police officer.Kitt tells the story focusing on now just Leah and Jason, but also a street wise kid who is also African American who is angry that...

  2. MissFabularian says:

    I REALLY didn t like this book I tried to keep an open mind I really wanted to read a well developed love story I d hoped that the interracial dynamic would be thought provoking as well as enlightening If you, as a reader, are anticipating the same, this is surely not the book for you The characters were meagerly developed They were often one dimensional only one minor character offered any semblance to likeability Leah Downey is an attractive Graphic Designer who is plagued with thoughts I REALLY didn t like this book I tried to keep an open mind I really wanted to read a well developed love story I d hoped that the interracial dynamic would be thought provoking as well as enlightening If you, as a reader, are anticipating the same, this is surely not the book for you The characters were meagerly developed They were often one dimensional only one minor character offered any semblance to likeability Leah Downey is an attractive Graphic Designer who is plagued with thoughts of self loathing, lackluster relationships, and an overwhelming fear of black men Ea...

  3. Elise-Pinterest+best-books.run=The Perfect Book Boyfriend says:

    My first IR book I read it many years ago, a checkout from the library I ended up buying it and I have reread it several times since then And I rarely EVER reread books Very sweet story.

  4. Urenna Sander says:

    I enjoyed reading this book concerning Leah Downey, who is a black graphic artist and white cop, Jason Horn This book is controversial, not because this is an interracial romance, but that it exposed the love between a white cop and a black professional woman in New York City during the late eighties The distrust and polarization between white policemen and non whites is extremely evident in Leah s sister and housemate, guile Gail, who is a strong character in this book Gail s verbal attack a I enjoyed reading this book concerning Leah Downey, who is a black graphic artist and white cop, Jason Horn This book is controversial, not because this is an interracial romance, but that it exposed the love between a white cop and a black professional woman in New York City during the late eighties The distrust and polarization between white policemen and non whites is extremely evident in Leah s sister and housemate, guile Gail, who is a strong character in this book Gail s verbal attack against Leah is brutal and burns like chili peppers in Leah s already wounded ego You could almost imagine the aggressive Gail snarling and spitting mad at Leah and Jason s friendship But Gail is not the only one against Leah and Jason s relationship Their peers are either angry or appalled and one of Jason s juvenile defenders despises Leah and might cause her harm.Jason is revealed as a strong, sensitive character He and Leah met under unusual circumstanc...

  5. Mercedes Keyes says:

    This was my first interracial novel ever and I enjoyed it immensely

  6. Michaella Palmer says:

    This book was a huge dissapointment.The storyline was very dramatic as we like it ,however the main character lacked vigor and strenth and realism and was such a cheap excuse of a human.If your sister was sleeping with your man behind your back and you caught them in the act, would you just go to bed or if your sister says its your fault would you instantly become friends with her the next day sorry to say it this book was just so unrealistic and neglected natural feelings sugar coating every This book was a huge dissapointment.The storyline was very dramatic as we like it ,however the main character lacked vigor and strenth and r...

  7. J.J. Murray says:

    This is the first interracial romance I read, and it still resonates today, even after 15 years.

  8. Jackie says:

    It was difficult to be drawn into this acclaimed 1995 interracial romance, in part because the telling rather than showing style is so different from most romances being written today, and in part because the heroine is so utterly lacking in self esteem and the narrative doesn t present this as a problem to be overcome Only in part 2, when the protagonists finally start dating, and clumsily try to deal with the prejudice they encounter and their own biases did the story begin to interest It was difficult to be drawn into this acclaimed 1995 interracial romance, in part because the telling rather than showing style is so different from most romances being written today, and in part because the heroine is so utterly lacking in self esteem and the narrative doesn t present this as a problem to be overcome Only in part 2, when the protag...

  9. Laura Parker says:

    One the first and most emtionally complex contemporary interracial lovestories published I hope it s reissued soon I reread periodically It has unique and engaging characters within common than the issue of race

  10. Sonya says:

    Awesome book I re read this book all the time

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