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- Publication Date : July 19, 2017
- File Size : 4797 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 383 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B0743JZGDS
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #68,191 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Wil was an All-American girl who not only had her future mapped out, but came from a family of black sports royalty. She was supported and encouraged in all of her endeavors, so when there was a chink in the plan, she had to adjust in a way that she wasn't used to. Didn't want others to see her crown slipping! Ram was right there to support her as a friend, so when it was time to become more, he slid right in.... literally!
Ram held his issues and thoughts close to his chest. He didn't ever want anyone that he cared about to worry about him, so he internalized everything. It's a good thing that Wil was there to balance him out.
Once I delved deeper into the story, I realized that these two were so much more than friends to lovers. They were best friends who became better lovers and I think a tear slipped when they showed that communication is key. This was a direct result of their friendship. When other factors began to insert themselves into their relationship, they handled the handle!
As usual, CCJ comes through with her #BlackLove excellence and makes us all believe in it just a lil bit more. If I had to sum up this story in one word, it would be: Providence!
Sidenote: I sure do hope that we get a play by play from Clay and Soriyah and I really think that Darius wasn't a totally horrible dude, Wil just wasn't his destiny.... but I'm not excusing his bad arse behavior!
I love the way Christina wrote these characters by making them friends first and then realizing that they were in love with each other. This story mostly portraits Black males in a positive light and the woman are strong and independent just like the ones I know in real light, handling the challenges life throws at them with dignity and grace. Their friends' support system was on point and amazing. I just love Ramsey's love for Will and how he calms her fears. The realization that Lena and Darius were just place holders until they were ready for each other's life was amazing. Will was a little nerve racking with her fears from thinking she was tainted with bad luck from Darius' cheating, losing her job and sex pix scandals to name a few. It was not until her mother made her see that she had more to be thankful for that she calmed down and allowed herself to go be swept up in the flow of love. Both she and Ramsey determined possession with each other for their own personal touchdown and HEA. In my opinion, this has been the best Connecticut Kings book so far, but I have one more to go. This is my first book by Christina and I sure will find more to read by her.
Christina C Jones, thanks for delivering real talk, real Black Love, real problems , with staying power and "nonhood" (my new Word...coming soon to a dictionary near you) lovestories
A recommend read.
This is the third installment in the Connecticut Kings series and I absolutely love it. The chemistry between Wil and Ramsey are off the charts, the plot of the story is never boring, you read this book multiple times and still cant get enough. The sub characters you hope and you pray that she can find material for them to write there's story because baby let just say she would blow your mind with those stories. She is one of my favorite authors because she can tell a story, she can weave her magic and make sure you fall in love the hero or heroine and or the sub characters. While loving a fictional NFL team instead of the one you grew up watching and routing for 30 plus years. I am never disappointed in a CCJ novel or a short story and you wont be either. If you never pick up a CCJ novel be sure to search her and get what can because her books are worth every dime. This series is a collaboration between CCJ and Love Belvin. Bravo Ms. Jones Bravo!!!!