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The characters made the book a very enjoyable read. Tia was very goal-oriented and accomplished, Chase was tough and handsome. They complemented each other very well in the book. The secondary characters round out the story.
The events are fairly fast-paced and the ending was sublime-can't imagine it ending any other way. This book was certainly entertaining, though some of the issues seemed a little exaggerated at times. This book is recommended to adult readers.
*complimentary review copy provided, this does not affect my opinion in any way*
I like that the characters were so multidimensional - politically astute, fashionable, beautiful living spaces, funny, down to earth, doing what they loved (not just in a job for a check) sensual . . . I get so tired of seeing Black folks as caricatures on silly shows and movies. We're so much more dynamic, intelligent, reflective, deep, wise, and truly humorous than those depictions. Curious that the media regularly shies away from portraying all of that richness. But I digress . . .
I also enjoyed the dialogue quite a bit. It was really authentic, and created easy visuals for me, which I like. When the narrator was speaking directly to me as a reader, it took me out of the flow of the action, which frustrated me, but I think, 1) it's a personal preference, and 2) it's good that I didn't want to come out of the flow of the story.
Overall, I really appreciate that the book tells a hopeful story in a time where there's so much hopelessness when it comes to love, and I look forward to seeing where this journey ends up! :)