"As a journalist I found the reach of Diane's book inspiring and important, but as a wife to someone of a different ethnic background--it was like therapy with laughter. A must-read for all Americans."
--Lisa Ling, "Oprah" correspondent and author of "Somewhere Inside"
"Just because genetic admixture enhances the health of a population doesn't mean it is easy for the human beings who choose to build mixed families to create a sane healthy environment for the children of these unions who themselves must venture in to a world colored by the ancient cultural values of their parents' families and the prejudices of the present day. Diane Farr creates a smart, fun but unblemished look at this reality from the perspective of a woman who has been one of these courageous souls and lives this challenge daily."
--Dr. Drew Pinsky, MD, "Celebrity Rehab"
"Farr has three kids and still found time to write a pee-yourself funny examination of inter-racial love. I hate her."
--Julie Bowen, actress, "Modern Family"
About the Author
Diane Farr is a television actress, TV and magazine writer, nationally syndicated columnist, and the author of<I>The Girl Code.</I> She is the female lead on CBS’s most-watched Friday night drama,<I>Numb3rs,</I> starred on the critically acclaimed FX series<I>Rescue Me,</I> and played a supporting role on Showtime's<I>Californication</I> in its third season; and she contributes to<I>Glamour, Esquire, GQ, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Jane, Parents, Los Angeles, Gotham, Self,</I> and<I>O</I> magazine.<BR><BR>Farr lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband and three children.