Love is Color Anthology

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Love is Color is a collection of sensual poetry, short stories and visual art that depict love in its rawest form. The stories are a gathering of diverse authors from different genres coming together to create a work of art. Come see why Love is lived in Color and not in Black and White! More
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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Adult
  • Words: 57,280
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370809868
About L Loren

L. Loren is a former call center supervisor currently based in Birmingham, AL with her loving and supportive husband. Growing up the youngest of seven in a small town in North Carolina, she embraced her love of reading which helped to develop her imagination. Her desire to write lay dormant for years until she found the courage to look within and her passion could no longer be ignored.

She created her own brand of Romance that she dubbed LoveRotica - Love stories with an edge of sexy. Her current works include The WanderLynn Experience Series: Book 1 - The Layover, Book 2 - Island Adventures and Book 3- Destination Home. Her most recent book is Book 1 in the Triple threat Series titled Egyptian Nights. Her work was also featured in Volume 4 of SOUL Magazine.

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Reviews of Love is Color Anthology by L Loren

Kay Blake reviewed on March 17, 2018

Wonderfully written short stories and poetry that were diverse and entertaining.
(review of free book)
D.T. Williams reviewed on Feb. 19, 2018

Romance on another level is what you will get from this read. Love is Color was an amazing anthology of romantic poems and short stories written by an ensemble of new and talented authors who have come together to share their marvelous work.

Words can barely describe how enamored I was with this read. So many beautiful stories by skillfull artist who definetly know how to make a first impression. I couldnt even recommend a favorite title or selection due to every part of this book being equally heartstopping good, yet unique and different in their own way. The only problem I had with reading each story was the fact I didn't want it to end and lose the special feeling of wondering what was going to happen next. But whether short or long these collections of stories stood as a great introduction to authors I had not heard of before. I am heavily anticipating what's to come next.
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