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Not every day do we read a book that is African Inspired. I was super excited when I got a copy of this intriguing and heart-stopping dramatic book. Sianah didn’t disappoint me at all. The Carter girls’ lives are so exciting that it makes me laugh, and feel emotional at the same time. Seeing our African culture portrayed in this romantic book, the food, the tradition, the dialogues, I am inspired to do my continent proud. Thou Shalt love is the book you do want to get. I love it, and I can’t wait to see what will happen next in book two. Sianah, please tell me Book two is coming soon because leaving us in such suspense is evil I must say.
First off: it ends with the worst cliffhanger ever. The writing doesn't even feel like it's winding down or preparing you for a pause in the story, you go to flip the page, expecting it to have another short chapter, epilogue, or even at least one more page but no...it just ends. It feels like a larger novel broken down to novella sizes. It seems to be a trend starting up with authors of ebooks. The idea is that the customer gets charged less at a time but if we want to get an actual ending we still end up paying for and getting a full sized novel but it's broken up into many parts. In theory it's not such a bad idea because customers don't risk spending a bunch of money on a book they won't like, we sorta get to test it out first. In action though, it's incredibly dissatisfying to have an ending like that. It irritated me so much that I had to just go to bed.
Another problem that cost stars is there were parts of the story that lacked cohesiveness. It felt like there were lines and paragraphs that were added in after the sorry was written and things that were taken out too. It's strange because you know this actually happens in pretty much all books but the mark of a great author/edititor team is not being being able to recognize those moments.
Anyways, I don't want to harp on all the bad stuff because there was a good story in there with a playful tone at times and a serious tone at times but always had an underlying sexiness that set an overall tone for the book. I think there are people out there that will love this book and can't wait to find out what happens. I guess you won't know if you're one of them if you don't take the chance-although to me the price really isn't worth the size.
There are so many things I loved about this book.
First, I enjoyed and appreciated the setting being in a different country and culture. It has been a long time since I read a book that featured different ethnic backgrounds which still allowed the novel to be relatable. Another thing is the realness of the struggles both girls were going through. It didn’t matter that they were rich, powerful, and successful women, they still had their trials and tribulation that made them feel weak and insecure. Sometimes we can find ourselves judging others based on the decisions they make, but this novel helps readers understand that even the strongest people fall down sometimes. Lastly, the family relationship and bonds between not only the sisters but the grandmother as well was beautiful. I love healthy relationships between strong women, they support they showed each other even when they were angry displayed the deep-rooted love they all shared. I highly recommend this read, its beautiful display of women overcoming.