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Lyndell Williams is stoking some more flames of romance as usual with the launch of her new novel, ‘My Way to You’. This time, Lyndell tackles the theme of irresistible attraction between a pro-Black social justice writer and a successful Asian lawyer, and how love gets stronger as distances grow smaller. Will the world step in and tear them apart?

Lawyer Simon Young has an eye for his best friend’s sister Regina, a social justice writer and activist. Simon usually keeps his relations with women casual, but Regina is different. Her beauty intrigues him beyond measure, but he must hide it from his best friend so as not to ruin their friendship. Regina falls deep into the flames of passion that Simon has lit inside her. Though savvy and cautious, Regina plunges into a torrid affair with Simon, knowing the wrath it will invoke in her brother, fans and followers. At stake is whether the rest of the world will accept their popular pro-Black blogger dating an Asian man. Will Simon and Regina’s love survive the test of their lives?

For me, romance novels are more than entertainment; they demonstrate how we explore and apply an essential human sentiment—love!” says Lyndell Williams.

“Passion and interpersonal politics collide. This interracial romance handles tough topics unflinchingly.” – Talia Hibbert, author—Mating the Huntress

Lyndell Williams masterfully combines social issues with romance. Her characters find love in each other’s arm while tackling a myriad of challenges that come with living in modern society. My Way to You is a compelling interracial romance that shows how hard it can be for two people to stay together in a world divided by race,” says Nasheed Jaxson, author of Her Justice.

Award-winning author Lyndell Williams (Layla Abdullah-Poulos) has been exceptionally productive in both the short story and novel formats when it comes to exploring the romance genre. Her past works include ‘Second Chance’, ‘My Heart’s Tranquility’, and ‘The Reluctant Alpha’.

Lyndell carries a strong background in literary criticism. She has been honored with The Francis Award from The International Association for the Study of Popular Romance (IASPR). Her article on triangular desires in African American Muslim romance fiction was published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Popular Romance Studies 11/2/2018.

Lyndell’s essays and short stories have appeared in both academic and popular culture journals and anthologies. These include ‘The Metropolitan Review’, ‘All About Mentoring’, ‘SAFFRON: A Collection of Personal Narratives by Muslim Women’, and ‘Shades of AMBW: Asian Men Black Women Short Story Collection’. She is the managing editor for the NbA Muslims blog on the Patheos Muslim Channel, and a cultural contributor for Radio Islam. Lyndell also writes popular reviews, and is a sought-after content editor, specializing in romance, contemporary, paranormal, sci-fi, and literary fiction as well as children’s books.

My Way to you will be released on 12/1/18 and is currently available for pre-order.

Browse Lyndell Williams’ works on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B07FQTMRCG

Lyndell also hosts a very popular and growing ‘Layla Writes Love’ reading subscription on her official website.

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Media Contact
Company Name: My Way to You
Contact Person: Lyndell Williams a.k.a. Layla Abdullah Poulos
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Phone: 631.889.9039
Country: United States
Website: https://laylawriteslove.com/

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