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Tue, May 31



A Caribbean Heiress | Adriana Herrera in conversation with Sarah MacLean

Introducing Las Leonas! Join us in celebrating the release of A Caribbean Heiress in Pairs on May 31, 2021 at Daughter, 1090 St Johns Pl, Brooklyn, NY, 11213.

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A Caribbean Heiress | Adriana Herrera in conversation with Sarah MacLean
A Caribbean Heiress | Adriana Herrera in conversation with Sarah MacLean

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May 31, 2022, 7:00 PM

Daughter, 1090 St Johns Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11213, USA

About the Event

Join us for the release of Adriana Herrera's lasest novel, A Caribbean Heiress in Paris! With a special introduction from the Dominican Writers Association, Adriana will be joined in  conversation with Sarah MacLean, moderated by Nichole Perkins. 

A Caribbean Heiress in Paris: 

The Exposition Universelle is underway, drawing merchants from every corner of the globe…including Luz Alana Heith-Benzan, heiress to the Caña Brava rum empire. Luz Alana set sail from Santo Domingo armed with three hundred casks of rum, her two best friends and one simple rule: under no circumstances is she to fall in love. In the City of Lights, she intends to expand the rum business her family built over three generations, but buyers and shippers alike can’t imagine doing business with a woman…never mind a woman of color. This, paired with being denied access to her inheritance unless she marries, leaves the heiress in a very precarious position. Enter James Evanston Sinclair, Earl of Darnick, who has spent a decade looking for purpose outside of his father’s dirty money and dirtier dealings. Ignoring his title, he’s built a whisky brand that’s his biggest—and only—passion. That is, until he’s confronted with a Spanish-speaking force of nature who turns his life upside down. From their first tempestuous meeting, Luz Alana is conflicted. Why is this titled—and infuriatingly charming—Scottish man so determined to help her? For Evan, every day with Luz Alana makes him yearn for more than her ardent kisses or the marriage of convenience that might save them both. But Luz Alana sailed for Paris prepared to build her business and her future; what she wasn’t prepared for was love finding her.

Adriana Herrera 

Adriana Herrera was born and raised in the Caribbean, but for the last fifteen years has let her job (and her spouse) take her all over the world. She loves writing stories about people who look and sound like her people getting unapologetic happy endings. Her books have received starred reviews from PW and Booklist and have been featured on The TODAY Show and NPR, in Entertainment WeeklyThe New York Times and The Washington Post. Adriana is an outspoken advocate for diversity in romance and was one of the co-creators of the Queer Romance PoC Collective.

Sarah MacLean

A life-long romance reader, Sarah MacLean wrote her first romance novel on a dare, and never looked back. She is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of  romances translated into more than twenty languages, a romance columnist, and the co-host of the weekly romance novel podcast, Fated Mates. A graduate of Smith College & Harvard University, she lives in New York City.

Nichole Perkins 

Nichole Perkins is a writer from Nashville, Tennessee, currently based in Brooklyn. Around the internet, Nichole writes about the intersections of pop culture, race, sex, gender, and relationships. Her memoir Sometimes I Trip On How Happy We Could Be covers black womanhood and sexuality, online messageboard communities, and the effects of pop culture on female desire. She currently hosts This Is Good For You, a podcast about finding pleasure in life. She loves Prince, romance novels, and the television show Frasier.

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