Friday, August 29, 2008

A Love For All Times Is Here!


The Writers of Color Blogtour is pleased to welcome author LaConnie Taylor Jones, as she spends some time with us and gives us the scoop about her newest book, When A Man Loves A Woman.

In When a Man Loves a Woman, handsome Dr. Alcee Jules (AJ) Baptiste is determined to find answers to two questions: What do you do when you are in love with a woman who won’t give you the time of day? How do you convince her that she really is meant to spend the rest of her life with you, when she avoids you at all costs? A.J. knows that he wants to spend the rest of his life with Victoria (Vic) Bennett. But Vic wants nothing to do with love, and even less to do with him. So what is A.J. to do? He will do what a man has to do – resort to a bit of scheming to win her over! And when he does, Victoria Bennett will confess that when a man loves a woman, it really is . . . a love for all times!

Click HERE to view the Book Trailer!

About the Author:
LaConnie Taylor-Jones is an exciting new voice to the romance industry! She’s a health educator consultant and holds advanced degrees in community public health and business administration. She has been an avid reader of romance for over twenty-five years. But thoughts of a romance writing career did not come until the spring of 2003, while complaining to her husband about a romance novel she was reading. It was past midnight and he was tired of her complaints about the book, so he offered her this challenge: “Honey if you can write a better book; do it! But baby, turn out the lights.”

LaConnie took him up on his challenge and she’s never looked back. She has been an active member of the San Francisco Area Chapter of RWA since 2003 and received the Romance Slam Jam 2008 Emma Award for her debut multicultural contemporary romance, When I’m With You, published by Genesis Press, November 2007. When a Man Loves a Woman is her second novel!

Visit LaConnie online at www.laconnietaylorjones.com & www.laconnietaylorjones.blogspot.com!
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