Author Michael Massey’s new book “A Good White Woman” is a riveting novel exploring the constructs of race, class, and family in the nineteenth-century American South

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Michael Massey is a page publishing author who has written a power, sexy heart touching tale about a woman raising two sons one white one black during the pre-civil war era. The sons raised financially privileged open up a brothel to shame all others and are challenged by racist who they are forced to defend against.

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Michael Massey, an eighties baby and father if two born and raised in New Haven, Connecticut, has completed his new book “A Good White Woman”: an entertaining and evocative début novel.

This is not your dad’s 1800s novel on how the scourge of slavery stained our country. A book like few others, this pre–Civil War publication is far from a whips-and-chains documentary. A Good White Woman is a book about a family raising a black child alongside a white child as equals in the bondage-rich state of Georgia. Both nineteen years of age, Michael (white) is only his half-brother Blake’s (black) elder by a month. Funded by their wealthy dad’s gun manufacturing money, the boys set out to build a hotel to shame all others. Fueled by their love of beautiful women, the two manage to construct one of the top brothels the South had ever seen. The story takes a turn when the racist element of the city gets wind that Blake had become intimate with a white woman. Forced to fend off masked bandits, this family of gun enthusiasts leaves a trail of bodies from Georgia to Connecticut.

Published by Page Publishing, Michael Massey’s book is an engrossing page-turner and an excellent choice for avid erotic fiction readers.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “A Good White Woman” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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