via Daily Prompt: Radiant
Radiant. That was the only way to describe her as she appeared in the doorway. Jack held his breath and had to let it out slowly as he laid eyes on his future wife in her finery; her wedding gown.
Her red hair was pinned neatly into an updo, her makeup made her already beautiful face look even moreson. The gown was fit to her perfectly and flowed its willowy lengths to the floor, billowing at the floor.
Happy Easter, Passover, or even April Fool’s Day to everyone who celebrates
Check out the sweet new cover for my story 🙂 via Complications
Dating someone of another race used to be (and still can be) a very touchy subject!
My personal experience is that of someone who has never dated outside my own race…religion, yes, but not race.
That said, I do know of several others who have and I know for some things go very smoothly (no family issues, etc.) But for others…dating outside your race causes friction from the very beginning and it never seems to stop.
This most comes into play when there are children involved. Which side do they most look like? Where will they fit in? If one side is not accepting of mixed race children, that amps it up even more.
The Ice Fairy series was a first for me in that it deals with a white boy and an Asian (Japanese) boy falling in love. One side is very understanding, the other is not; causing issues from the outset.
What has been your experience with inter-racial dating? Is it a bed of roses or a patch of thorns?
A Little Bit of Naughty: Book Spotlight: S.L. Danielson: Today I have the pleasure of spotlighting SL Danielson’s newest book. Ice Fairy. With the Olympics in full swing righ ow, i’d…
I’m giving away a free ebook copy (in either pdf or epub) of “My Fair Vampire” (my co-work with Julie Lynn Hayes).
Have a spooktacular time!