The first Interracial romance has Ramona falling in love with a Native American in Old California. In writing it, Helen Hunt Jackson hoped to bring the wrongs done to the Native American to the public consciousness in the same way that Uncle Tom's Cabin brought public awareness of the evils of slavery.
Three Bestselling Classic Romances! Read the first ever romance bestseller, To Have and To Hold, a tale of a bondwoman's forced marriage and the passion that results. Then read Lady Rose's Daughter, the story of a young woman who discovers wealth and position mean nothing without the love that brings the soul to life. Finally, enter the heart of a woman whose love is forbidden, for Ramona is of one race and the man she loves is of another: in a world that almost always disapproves. Over 2000 pag... more info>>