Angels Of The Fallen, The Watchers

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

What about cousins love and marriage?

The De La Cruz Saga is about a close Mexican American family that encounters heartaches, erotic passions, and romance. Each novel is about one of the cousins love story. The cousins fall in love and in the process overcome obstacles and heartaches before reaching a happy ending. This saga is exciting with lots of action. It's a thriller and erotic romance novel.

The next novel is Hot & Forbidden.  This novel is about two of the cousins, Nicolas and Daniella falling in love. 

The forbidden is always enticing. How do Nicolas and Daniella deal with their forbidden love? Why is their love forbidden? How can they overcome the obstacles without losing their love?

La familia has a secret. Can this be the key that will set their love free?

The idea of cousins falling in love is often viewed as a grand taboo, however several states in the United States allow cousins to marry. There are famous people that married their cousins. Some of the top ten that married their cousins are Jessie James, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, Albert Einstein, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Rudy Giuliani.

What do you think? 


Fiction96 said...

Most of my family is from South I know a thing or two about Cousin Lovin' as my family tree likes to spiral in some places where it should fork..sometimes people just can't help who they love..I think your brave for the writing that you do. Writing about a subject like this can bring verbal backlash ..but hey it can also bring on some excited feelings as well. I'm sure it gonna be intriging!
-Mindi from

PT Macias said...

Hi Mindi,

The story is intriguing and romantic. I know that it is a subject that can be very controversial, but don't worry, the family has a secret that will set there love free. Thank you for your support and I truly appreciate your honest feedback. I also know people that are cousins and married. I personally don't find an issue with it.



Mindi said...

Can't wait to read it! It sounds enticing!