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Rw Richard
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Cinnamon & Sugar

4.50  ·  Rating details ·  2 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Humphrey Bertrand's genius-level IQ can't help him find his moral compass. His family is filled with racial conflicts and he struggles to find his own way. But he cannot let anyone drown, regardless of their skin color.
Alicia Bloom, a gifted valedictorian and poet runs away from an abusive situation. While she is thankful to Humphrey for saving her life she doesn't want to
Kindle Edition, 228 pages
Published January 18th 2021 by The Wild Rose Press
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Patricia McAlexander
Dec 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
“Why does a white racist save a black woman from drowning? Intriguing, I guess. Some see us as Romeo and Juliet, but we will live. It’s the idea of separatism that will die at the end of this play.”—Alicia

Enter the world of this book and you go on a fantastical and sometimes humorous teen adventure inspired by literature and movies, the pretend-lovers plot, sugary food imagery (note title), and current news stories. It opens with Humphrey, the handsome blond young conflicted neo-Nazi, rescuing
Randy Overbeck
Jan 18, 2021 rated it really liked it

Cinnamon & Sugar by R.W. Richard is an interesting NA take on intermingling romance, suspense and social commentary. I was intrigued by the set up in the very first chapter. A beautiful black teenager, Alicia, participates in a social justice protest and confronts a small group of white supremacists. The confrontation turns ugly and the worst of the group pitches her into the filthy Potomac River. Another of the Nazi group but also a lifeguard, Humphrey, jumps into
R.W. Richard
A journey into traditional publishing
My new novel, Cinnamon & Sugar, is being published by The Wild Rose Press with a full release on Jan 18, 2021, which is why I'm using this space to tell you a little more about the story until Jan. 18. On Amazon it shows that you can pre-order.
When I was caretaking my daughter Lani, who passed away last year, I read the manuscript to her. She cried, it being right up her alley. She marched for women’s and civil rights. She made me promise to find a publisher
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