Books by Sandra Kitt

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The Color of Love

A Retro Review originally published on May 6, 1999 Could there be a more controversial topic to write about in a romance novel than this interracial romance between a white cop, Jason Horn, and an African American graphic designer, Leah Downey, who live and work in and around New York City? I doub ...

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The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing is part of Arabesque’s Ports of Call series. Each book centers around an exotic locale, in this case Venice. While I do enjoy books with interesting settings, they have to be more than a travelogue to hold my attention, and, unfortunately, this one didn’t amount to much more ...

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Southern Comfort

I recently started two books around the same time, one by a favorite author and the other by Sandra Kitt. Though I'd never before read a book by Ms. Kitt, I almost immediately dumped the book by the favorite author in favor of Southern Comfort. There is something very human and natural in the proble ...

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She's The One

She's The One presents an interesting storyline - a successful, single, black thirty-something librarian suddenly finds herself named guardian of an old friend's biracial daughter. But the characters fail to draw sympathy, and the story falls on the flat side, despite a lively (if uneven) plot. ...

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Close Encounters

If you've seen or read any national news in the last year, you've probably heard of at least one incident where an African-American was injured or killed by white police officers, simply because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time. Sadly, it happens all too frequently. Sandra Kitt centers ...

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Between Friends

Sandra Kitt is excellent in writing about the races in all of the varied forms we experience them today. Her heroine, Dallas Oliver, is biracial. She and her white best friend, Valerie, are now in their early thirties and have been bound together since they were in grade school. Dallas is a journali ...

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Family Affairs

Family Affairs is labeled as straight fiction, but that's not quite accurate. The primary focus of the book is the love story between the hero and the heroine. So is it romance? Well, not exactly. The hero and heroine both sleep with other people, and though their relationship seems to be solid at t ...