New African American Romance Book about Real-Life Relationships for a Change

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- "I Forgot to Love Her" (ISBN: 978-0578805771; paperback) is a new urban romance novel by author Kenesha Collins, about the trials and triumphs of falling in and out of love.

Kenesha was frustrated with the inaccurate depictions of African Americans in movies and books. She wanted to create relatable stories about relationships within the black community. The lockdown due to the pandemic of 2020 allowed her to achieve her lifelong goal of writing a book.

The novel is about three couples in their early 30's navigating through self-inflicted problems and infidelities while learning life lessons and self-awareness along the way. It blends innocence and sensuality with a dash of humor with its spot-on characterizations of these young people.

"I Forgot to Love Her" is a self-published novel by Kenesha Collins.

Available in paperback at https://www.keneshacollins.com/ and Amazon.com.

eBook/Kindle version also available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble Press.

"I Forgot to Love Her" is Kenesha's debut novel, but she has spent 15 years writing for magazines, newspapers, and websites. She is also a two-time award-winning blogger. In June 2020, her post about social injustice and police brutality gained international attention by appearing in The Voice, Britain's only black national newspaper.

She blogs at https://keneshacollinswriting.wordpress.com/, and her website is https://www.keneshacollins.com/.

If you'd like more information about, I Forgot to Love Her or to schedule an interview with Kenesha, please email her at info@keneshacollins.com.

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