In addition to the visual media now depicting interracial couples as "normal" (thanks largely in part to Shonda Rimes and her stable of shows), there is also a burgeoning genre in literature that only a few seem to know about. At least one mainstream romance reader in the comments section of a romance book blog seemed taken aback by what she mused was a growing proliferation of romance novels depicting white heroes and black heroines in love matches.She stated:"I'm seeing a lot of white male/with black female genre books out there. I believe in love who you want to love but it worries me when writers jump on a bandwagon and flog it to death..."In other words, she seemed to be suggesting that interracial romance literature is a fad, something temporary.Jake needs to get him image in order and Charlotte just wants to lose weight.They both thought they could handle this agreement (how?
Charlotte Jones and Jake Ross are two people that when you come in contact with them you can feel the fire.I have no clue.) They exemplify the title 'Crazy For You'.Jake has been in the media so much that his endorsements are at risk so he must clean up his act as soon as possible. Most of the interracial romances I've read do not suggest that a cross-race romance is or would be problematic in any way; few feature a character who questions or is unsettled by his or her attraction to a potential partner of a different race.This is likely a reflection of the fantasy aspect of romance as a genre, at least for readers of color: escaping the burden of having to think about the difficulties cross-race romance might entail in real life might be a large part of the pleasure in reading interracial romances.