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- Publisher: Jungle Fever Press (October 18, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 18, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0145M1ZL6
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These phrases made me uncomfortable and almost changed my view of my latest book crush. One such phrase was when he referred to Jada as Nathan's concubine. That pissed me off to no end, seeming as how he and Keshia have a similar arrangement. That word is loaded with racial innuendo, something not consistent with Tristan's personality. He would never be reduced to name calling. He is above that, even for someone he dislikes.
Another time was when he said he was getting good at charming little black ladies. The Tristan I knew and loved from the original books would never have even thought to use the descriptive 'black'. If anything, he would have said that he was getting good at charming older ladies.
For these reasons and more, this POV was not endearing. I am not sure why the original author handed this character off to another writer, but I am not sure I would be interested in any further books of this nature. I loved Tristan in the first three books. Please do not ruin him by turning him into a petty man with misogynistic and racial tendencies.
responsible for not saving his mother from her death when he was thirteen. He did not want to fall in love with someone to only lose them and break down like his father did on the death of his wife. He nor his twin had neer seen their father breakdown like that before or since. It had profound affects on them. So both Tristan and his twin Nathan hide behind being doms in the BDSM world,but Nathan is more open to giving his heart than Tristan is.
This story leaves the reader hanging in the end. I hate cliffhangers! There are too many unresolved questions in this story and with the lack of a good plot it failed to keep my attention, but I was able to keep reading it. I'm not likely to continue in this series. With all of this said, if BDSM is your thing with a continuation of a series, then this a read for you, it's just not my cup of tea. Since Fifty Shades has been done, the genre has been done to death. It's just my opinion and not meant to degrade an author's style.
I have read all of the novels associated with Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever. I could not wait for the next book to be released. Initially, I was disappointed that the book was based on Tristian's point of view because I wanted their story line to continue. However, after reading the novel, I had a strong appreciate for reading the sequence of events from his perspective. Tristian's character depicts a man of high ethical and moral value despite his sensitive nature.
This book was AWESOME!!! I can not wait to read the upcoming novels in this quadriology. Hopefully Nathan's & Jada's story will not depict the same dates and timeline as Keisha and Tristian's.