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Nana Malone

Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling author, Nana Malone writes Sexy Feel-Good Romance and loves all things romance and adventure.

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“Lachlan King caught naked kite surfing with Hollywood Starlet!”  “Scandal Rocks King Family… Again!”  “King Media Family furious with out of Control Second Son!”

Yeah, I’ve seen the headlines too.

My family is threatening to disown me if I get near another bloody scandal.

So I’m staying out of trouble. Or trying to…until I see her.

It doesn’t matter that she’s dancing with someone else. The moment our gazes meet across a crowded club, I know one thing. I have to have her. Even though, I can tell from just looking at her, she’s going to get me in trouble. 

One night is all I’ll need.

Famous last words.

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Meet the author

Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling author, Nana Malone writes Sexy Feel-Good Romance and loves all things romance and adventure.

That love started with a tattered romantic suspense she “borrowed” from her cousin. It was a sultry summer afternoon in Ghana, and Nana was a precocious thirteen. She’s been in love with kick butt heroines ever since. With her overactive imagination, and channeling her inner Buffy, it was only a matter a time before she started creating her own characters

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#BrownNippleChallenge

Hi! I’m Nana Malone, creator of the #BrownNippleChalenge!

When I started writing, it became my mission statement to feature women of color in my books—brown women like me with brown nipples. Lol.

In the summer of 2020, I wanted to do more. I wanted to help other women of color get the recognition that they deserved. And not just the same four or five Black women that the rest of Romancelandia has heard of. With the world suddenly paying attention to Own Voices works I wanted to shed more light on these great books that didn’t get the audience they deserved due to internalized biases and racism in the industry.

So I started the #BrownNippleChallenge, where every month, I pick a book from a WOC writing romance, and everyone participating in the challenge buys the book or audiobook, thereby directly putting money in the pockets of brown women who have been marginalized.