Released on February 14, 2011
(February 14, 2011 – MEMPHIS, TENN) The third book in the highly anticipated Medlov Crime Family Series by interracial romance author Latrivia S. Nelson, Anatoly Medlov: Complete Reign, dropped on January 31, 2011 and has received great reviews from readers across the nation. The Russian mafia crime and romance novel is part of the new interracial romantic suspense genre that has emerged in the last year under the sub-genre of interracial romance, which was developed in part because of books by authors like Nelson and because of the growing demand for more action-packed books with African-American heroines.
Nelson is already on Amazon’s coveted Multicultural Bestseller’s Top 100 list and has been for six consecutive weeks with her novelette, The Ugly Girlfriend (2010), which has sold thousands of e-books on both Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes and Noble’s Nook. Currently, Nelson sits on Amazon’s Top Twenty Multicultural list for The Ugly Girlfriend and is in the top 40 for Anatoly Medlov: Complete Reign.
In the last year, Nelson has also been on Amazon’s Multicultural Bestsellers’ List for Dmitry’s Closet (2010), the first book in the Medlov Crime Family Series, Dmitry’s Royal Flush: Rise of the Queen (2010), the second book in the Medlov Crime Family Series, and The Chronicles of Young Dmitry Medlov: Volume 1 and Volume 2 (The Medlov Crime Family Short Stories Series).
Nelson is most noted for writing the largest book in the interracial romance genre to date, Ivy’s Twisted Vine (2008) and for writing books that make race a secondary issue in her novels. Many of Nelson’s books are based out of her hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. However, several are based out of Eastern Europe (Prague, Czech Republic; Sochi & Moscow, Russia; Kerch, Ukraine).
“It’s amazing to watch the fan-base grow and to receive the remarkable feedback from readers from all walks of life. I have fans around the world, specifically in Russia, England, Australia, Brazil, Spain and thousands right here in the United States to whom I’m very grateful. It makes me proud to see men and women from so many races embracing my work and embracing the idea of diversity in the romance genre,” said Nelson.
For more information on Latrivia S. Nelson or for interviews, please contact Megan Woods or visit www.latrivianelson.info.