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Now on to my review...
Can we start a campaign to appeal to Amazon so high quality reviews count for 1.5 or 2 reviews instead of 1? Of course the request would likely fail but I'm suggesting it because reviews for Love's work are usually remarkably detailed and/or highly passionate. I'm sure some of us are often in our feelings causing us to stray away from doing a review and when we actually decide to do the review, quality takes time.
There aren't enough words to describe the emotional state a Love Belvin book (or entire series) puts us in because her work is all consuming. Our collective heart is ripped out of our chest and then slowly stitched back together. Instead of using sewing or medical instruments she uses her powerful God given imagination and the stroke of a pen (or keyboard).
In my review of book 1, the Left of Love, I mentioned that I would love the Low of Love more. Book 1 was essential, laid the necessary ground work for book 2 and caused less emotional stress (concerning the main characters' love life) but THIS book punctured me in a different way. I was drawn closer to Isaak and Kennedi and saw their psyche from different vanish points than was exposed in book 1.
Isaak presented his vulnerable side while Kenny loved out loud. They made magic when together but outsiders could see their love for each other much clearer than they could or would acknowledge. My inner romance warrior is still weeping for the state of their relationship at the end of book 2 but I'm trusting LB in this journey. Like the Good Book says, weeping may endure for a night but joy will come in the morning.
Their love requires grace and mercy and I believe the end will eventually justify the means.
Young Lord has to have picked the worse two chicks in the neighborhood to have babies with. We didn't see much of Kelly in this one, but Shameeka showed out enough for both of them. I'm not a fighter,but I wanted to snatch her up myself. Just nasty. And the threats to expose Isaak. Curious to see what she knows and if she follow through, but I also want someone to loudly and crudely ask her to think about how that might affect her.
Still waiting to hear the story about Isaak, Tracee and Lisa and to see how things play out. Tracee does way too much with her attitude towards Kennedi and I'm waiting for Isaak to really handle it He can be too laid back about some things, and this is the perfect example.
My heart broke for Kennedi when she was in the hospital. I was glad she (and shocked) when she came cleAn about her feelings, and also about her breaking things off with the whole Beckwith crew, but it was very necessary, both for her and Isaak.
The kids revealed so much in the course of conversation, that the adults missed. For example, when Isaak tells Martin that he loves him, Martin is surprised and then thanks his dad for 'buying' them a family to love them (meaning Kennedi's family. I really wanted isaak to ask him why he said that, but it flew over Isaak's head. The same way the fact that most of the songs isaak wrote were about Kennedi.
So much good in this book. Lots of highs and lows. About to dig in to Book 3!