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Things here with certain scenarios, even dialogue, definitely reminded me of our characters in 50 shades, but I think this one stands on it's own well, in it's own rite.
I would recommend this read.
Happy reading :)
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.