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Hi. I’m Angeleque Ford and I write erotic romance with a multi-cultural and/or inter-racial flava.
My writings are either a romance or will have romantic elements. They fall into different genre’s and sub-genres:
- Urban Fantasy
- Dark Fantasy (occasionally)
And maybe even a fairy tale, fable, legend or folklore adaptation too.
Because romance is more than just hearts, moonlight walks and roses. Love is explosive, worth fighting for and wonderful when you win and find “the one”. Because there may be more than one person who is “the one”. Love is hard, cold and a battlefield (to borrow the title of a well-known song). Love is fanciful and colorful and wondrous. Love isn’t the same for any two people. Love is like dancing freely when no one is watching. Or curling up on the couch with a favorite book or movie. And like going ten rounds in the boxing ring coming out triumphant. And romance… can show all of that. A good romance will have you rooting for the characters, crying with them over their heartbreaks and rejoicing in the reunions. Love is bittersweet, wonderful and a struggle. But so worth it.
Why Multi-Cultural and Inter-Racial?
When I was younger I read countless books and stories that didn’t have many characters of color (non-white) characters. I used to “picture and portray” the heroine and her friends as little brown-skinned, caramel toned girls. Because as a reader, I want my stories to reflect the diversity of this world we live in. I want my characters to reflect me, my family and friends.
Because I like to read and write about sex. I enjoy seeing the relationships unfold and develop and grow through the sex. The intimacy, the connections, the passion – all of it, imo, is integral to a relationship and romantic relationships. I found the books that closed the door on sex or just added a gratuitous sex scene here or there to be boring and frustrating (in some cases).