Book: Crashing Into Me (Book One 1) by R.L JACKSONcategories: Book, Interracial Romance, Multicultural Romace, Forced Proximity, Second Chances, Forgiveness, Trust, Redemption, Heartbreak, Grief, Perserverance, Contemporary Romance
R.L JACKSONabout this book: Crashing Into Me is about a wild and spoiled guy Kayden Capshaw, who meets a headstrong judgemental nurse Lana Mckenzie, under awkward circumstances. They get forced into each other's personal space and end up finding out a lot about themselves in the other person, in spite of Lana trying to keep her distance. Even when they come to this realization, everything isn't smooth sailing for them as his ex and suffocating mother try to sabotage the relationship at every turn, where they have a crazy journey that ends in several unexpected surprises.
I recently did an interview where I was asked why I wanted to write a book with diverse main characters with such difficult backgrounds. And I answered the best way I could: We live in a world where separation is happening all day every day and human beings learn so much from one another no matter who they are or where they're from. Loving people should have nothing to do with geography of birth. Also, I grew up in a melting pot of different people and cultures and I want to see more of that in entertainment along with a lot of other people, so I felt that portraying that in this book was essential to who I am as an author and will continue that trend in my other works.
As for difficult backgrounds, in life and relationships, people have baggage, and I didn't want to continue the trend of "I have to save him/her from themselves", but maybe they both could use a little saving and can learn from one another along the way. I hope others enjoy it for what is is: A love story about people being people...plus a whole lot of others things too!
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