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His Reluctant Bodyguard (Adventure Cruise Line Book 2) Kindle Edition
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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1. The book described Rip's skin as being bronze colored. Based on the picture on the cover of the book, a description such as mocha or chocolate would have been more appropriate. The guy in the picture is clearly dark-skinned and definitely would not be described as 'bronze'. This might seem as a minor detail but because of the difference in the description I just could not get a clear visual image of Rip
2. I was relieved to see the author indicate that her 'Caribbean' descriptions in the book were based on cruise trips to Caribbean islands because her lack of knowledge was very obvious to me - a Caribbean person. Her descriptions of the dress & foods matched the way the Caribbean is depicted in the movies or during festivals celebrating Caribbean heritage. I was born in the Caribbean and lived on a number of its islands and I wish to assure the readers that we wear regular Western clothes just like Rip and Avery - not long skirts and floral head coverings. There are other stereotypes in the novel but her explanation in the afterword helped to explain why they were used
3. Since the book was romance novel, I felt the romance aspects could have been explored more. The story extensively covered the social and political instability of island and it got a bit tiresome.