Author explores current trend in interracial dating, encourages readers to date outside their race

“White Men Make the Best Lovers: Volume One” by Flora Pickett-Coley demonstrates how you can find true love with someone completely different from you when you least expect it
(PR NewsChannel) / August 16, 2012 / FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.  

White Men Make the Best Lovers

"White Men Make the Best Lovers" by Flora Pickett-Coley

In “White Men Make the Best Lovers: Volume One” (ISBN 1468058444), Flora Pickett-Coley stresses the importance of not limiting yourself when it comes to love by dating outside your normal standards. Through her characters, she illustrates her personal experiences with interracial dating and relationships.

Danielle is a Harvard Law graduate who has been saving herself for her high school sweetheart, Carl.  However, Carl makes her feel like she isn’t good enough for him and constantly lies to her and cheats on her. Danielle and her white boss, Max, soon realize that stereotypes, especially when it comes to love and sex, aren’t always right.

Throughout the tears involved with writing this novel, Pickett-Coley also created a trend in not staying inside a certain dating box that she hopes all of her readers will take to heart.

“My book has started a trend called ‘going white boy shopping’ and taking your girlfriend along as a wing man,” Pickett-Coley says. “Listening to women of all races talk about how they have thought of dating outside of their races shows that there is a current trend in inter-racial relationships that should be explored.”

Pickett-Coley’s novel is based on experiences from the dating lives of her friends and herself.  She believes when women have been hurt and are feeling lost and confused in love, they will either walk away from a relationship, or stay and find solace in the arms of another, which can open new doors for their lives.

“White Men Make the Best Lovers: Volume One” is available for sale online at and other channels.

About the Author: Flora Pickett-Coley is a native Floridian and is the seventh of 13 siblings in a Christian family. Pickett-Coley has degrees from Broward Community College and Florida Atlantic University. Marriage altered her plans to attend Nova Southeastern University Shepherd Law School. She has been writing since the fourth grade and has won numerous awards for her writing and poetry. This is her first novel.

Flora Pickett-Coley
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