- File Size: 924 KB
- Print Length: 325 pages
- Publisher: Sable SiStars Publishing, LLC (March 17, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 17, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XCC495H
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,396 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Twin (The Black Land Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Khalil is pro black all the time and the most lethal king of the Negus. He is faced with protecting two things he cherished the most. His son and his heart. Enters Danielle Baxter the one who holds the key of him keeping his son and the one who can steal his heart. I love Khalil with his militant self and Danielle who is not afraid of telling you like it is and telling you what she wants. Danielle has scars of her own but can these two survive when Khalil declares his love for her.
Very good read and the secondary characters are funny and solid. Even with the plot of the story which will make you squeamish but enlightens at the same time on
how sick some people are, but D. Camille tells story perfectly. The series is coming to an end with Corvus book set to be released in the summer of 2017, but I have enjoyed the ride. Bravo D. Camille.
The pure passion, respect and love between these two individuals was inspiring. I was not sure if I would appreciate
Happily story because he seemed overly aggressive and militant in the other series books. But, he turned out to be the most loving and compassionate of all the Nexus. He felt the pain of victims of abuse, and did what he could to address the problem. I loved how he uplifted his Queen and did not attempt to control her or make her conform to his ideas. These differences meshed in a beautiful way. There was such depth in this book, and I appreciated the glimpses into Black History.
The social stigma revealed in this book is so prevalent, and I feel such shame and helplessness because I work for a Juvenile Court system, and I see this wide spread problem, but feel powerless to make an impact. But, I hope that through mediums such as this, society can be made more aware.
With Danielle in the picture, you get to see a softer side to Khalil. She was the perfect mate for him and complimented him in so many ways.
But this story was much more than a romance. It dealt with a very serious epidemic that we are facing in society today. Most people do not know about it, or refuse to believe it is happening. I think it is wonderful that the author chose to bring the problem to the forefront in her book.
D Camile is an exceptional writer and I learned so much with Khalil story about our men in the black community . Thank you D Camile for writing about such a sensitive subject that some of our people suffer silently with everyday. This book really touched my heart and I love all the strong black men and women in the story. I knew you had to find someone strong and debatable for that King. Nice touch finding someone in the system that he is so against. Kudos my sister fantastic job and I can't wait for Corvus story.
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