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The Space Between: Interracial Romance by [Smith, Victoria H.]
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Editorial Reviews


  • "A sexy, sassy opposites attract story that shows love really does conquer all."
- Monica Murphy USA Today and New York Times Bestselling Author
  • "Beautifully written, The Space Between is a sexy forbidden romance that goes where no other stories have for me. I loved every word!"
- Katy Evans, USA Today and New York Times Bestselling Author of REAL
  • The Space Between is a captivating love story about two people from different worlds.... We don't often read books about interracial relationships, and this Author brought it to us wonderfully. 
- The Indie Bookshelf

From the Author

The Space Between Series Order:

1. The Space Between - FREE
2. The Dividing Line
3. Drake's Destiny

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  • File Size: 769 KB
  • Print Length: 299 pages
  • Publication Date: February 28, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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This book surprised me, it was nothing like I expected it to be, the storyline and characters really were different from what I had imagined.

Drake is a privileged boy from North Shore, he is a member of the country club and seems like he has everything going for him, so when he meets a girl that not only walks away, but also calls the cops on him, well he is definitely intrigued. He first seems a bit shallow, but once you learn his story, you find he has more depth than you could ever imagine. He will definitely surprise you, and he will definitely make you fall for him.

Lacey Douglas, has had a rough life, but she can't take a break. She has to be so strong for her cancer-sick mama, that she is willing to sacrafice her precious dreams. At a party she meets Drake, she immediatly feels a conncection like never before, they both hit it off, and right when everything is going great a complication arrive, Lacey finds out Drake is here to buy drugs, which Lacey does not tolerate at all, she judges him from the fact he is rich, he has everything he ever needed, and he does not need drugs, so to teach him a lesson, she leaves him after having set a trap for him, where a officer was waiting for Drake with the drugs he bought. Not knowing the consequences she has dealt Drake, she quickly finds out not to judge a book by its cover...

Misunderstandings, complications and racism, gets in the way of them reconcile...

I loved the kind of people Lacey and Drake turned to out be when they were together, it's like they were better together then they were apart, like they completed each other.

" it normal to miss you like crazy when I only saw you this afternoon?
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The Space Between
3.75 stars

Lacey and Drake come from totally different backgrounds -both ethnically and financially. Due to their dissimilar backgrounds they struggle to connect. Despite these differences they find a way to come together.

I really liked reading both of their points of view and felt like I really got to know them throughout the novel.

I loved Drakes sense of humor and sarcasm - (a few laugh out loud moments) and I liked how he coped with the "facts of life". I loved Lacey's determination and her attitude of nothing is going to get her down.

Slow moving first half but then watch out, you wont be able to put it down.
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I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Racism, bigotry, snobby rich folks, and poor hoodlums and a couple determined to be together despite all that make up The Space Between by Victoria H. Smith.

Half black/half white Lacey has dreams of acting in Broadway, but she has a sick mama to take care of and doesn't have time to lose her head. But after her drug dealing / backstage crew member friend helps Lacey get the lead role of the show's last night, things change.

Truman Drake, adopted Asian son into a Senator's family, can't stand another stuffy night rubbing elbows with his father's potential money bags and ducks out of the black tie event and finds his way into a poker game the wait staff is playing in the back. From there he's taken to buy drugs from a dealer working at the show Lacey is playing in and he hears her sing and sees an angel on stage.

Instantly he's attracted and worms his way into getting invited to the cast party where he'll meet Lacey and charm kisses from her. But when Lacey realizes he's there to buy drugs too, she takes it upon herself to teach Drake a lesson and save him from himself.

I really thought Drake came onto Lacey strongly in the beginning and felt Lacey's actions were a little out of line when she "taught" Drake his lesson, but the two young adults stumbled along until they found their groove with was enjoyable to read.

I would have given this book 4 Olives had it not been for the climax toward the end. Without giving too much away, the scene between Lacey, Drake, and the Senator was really over the top and overdone.
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I don't really remember how i heard about this book. Probably a page that i like on facebook. But as soon as I heard about it, I went on Goodreads and marked it as a to-read. As soon as it came out, I bought it and read it quickly. I really liked this book and it kept me entertained with all of the conflict. I'm a sucker for books when the player changes his ways and falls in love with a good girl. I loved that the fact that they were from different sides of the track didn't stop Drake. He loved her no matter who she was, where she came from, or how much money she had. There were parts where some tears threatened to leak out but the end made up for the sad parts in the middle. I won't say anything else. Don't want to ruin it for ya'll. ;) you should definitely buy this book.
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This book actually deserves the five stars! It is a very good novel about love, fighting for what you love, and the ignorance that people still see with color.

Truman Drake is a 19 year old Korean adopted into a white family. His father is senator and like most teens, Drake likes to break a few rules. One night his rule breaking gets him face to face with a beautiful 18 year old biracial woman named from the other side of the tracks. Drake is desperate to see her again, so desperate he goes to drastic measures just to get her attention. Not only does he grab the girl's attention, but the law's as well. Drake ends up in trouble, and is pissed yet oddly enough wants to see the woman who caused it all. He does, but the situation becomes a bit complicated.

Eighteen year old Lacey Douglas is beautiful. She has a voice of an angle, face of a goddess and heart of gold. Lacey's mother is sick and her father is MIA. She works at a theater to make money to help support her mother but that's not enough. She has dreams, dreams of becoming an opera singer. She defiantly has the voice for it but with her mother's medical state, it would be wrong for her to leave her stranded. Lacey knows that taking the job she gets a call back for can help extend her mother's life, but would it be worth it if she cannot be with her mother?

With ignorant, racist, classist parents the two lovers must find a way to overcome the barriers that are placed in the way and connect the space between.
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