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The Venture Capitalist by [EnRose, LaVie, Lewis, L.V.]
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From the Author

This book is part one of Tristan White's Point of View of Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever. While there is a good bit of dialogue from Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever, the narrative and thoughts are all Tristan's. There is also additional content that delves into his past, his relationship with his twin brother Nathan, as well as his friendship with Princess Danai. There will be a book two which covers content from Exit Strategy in Tristan White's point of view.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3589 KB
  • Print Length: 250 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jungle Fever Press (October 18, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 18, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0145M1ZL6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,140 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Traci on November 1, 2015
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I anticipated a few pages to recap Tristan and Keisha's story, but the entire book is a recap of the previous book. There isn't any new insight into Tristan's background. What would have been interesting would have been more insight into the White parents' relationship. It's obvious that the Whites were into the 'life" that Tristan and his brother adopted. Tristan treasured his mother, a submissive, so perhaps he can make the leap to loving Keisha. Hopefully, the next book in the White Brother series, will be new material.
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I should have followed my first mind and skipped buying this book. Nothing new to see here. I thought we'd at least get different stories or events, but nope. The author did a good job of conveying how Tristan felt in Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever, so not sure why this book is even necessary. I'm seriously disappointed.
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I am a big fan of FSOJF and Exit Strategy. Reading the first book from Tristan's point of view provided a totally different experience though it was the same sequence of events. I enjoyed readingTristan's point of view, because while this is the same story, it gives serious in-depth glimpses into the why of Tristan's actions and reactions and his bdsm history. His relationship with his brother is also seen from a different slant than FSOJF. Same story, different perspective.
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I was provided a copy of The Venture Capitalist by the authors in exchange for an honest review.

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.
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Had some issues with the middle towards the end & how it ended, but overall I really liked the story and characters.

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 :)
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Excellent read! Everyone that has read 50 shades of Jungle Fever knows how this story is going to end but it was so much more than getting to the end! It was a beautiful journey of getting to know our leading man. Now this is how you write a book from the male point of view. Mrs. James needs to take note! If you are in love with the original 50 Shades of Jungle Fever, this is a must read. I appreciate how the authors did not regurgitate facts when telling the story form the male point of view. If you need your Tristain fix, this is the book for you! I can not wait for the second installment.
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A dreary imitation of Grey by EL James. At first I really liked the Tristan/Keesha love story but this new one really isn't very engaging and I don't like the new cover models--what happened to the old cover models? They looked more like I envisoned Tristan and Keesha looking than these two do. I am just kind of bored by this step by step imitation of E.L. James's books. I don't think I'll buy any more of them.
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If you haven't read the first two books, don't start here. You will not understand what is going on. And it's not a bad thing, you just need to read it in order. Reading Keisha's and Tristan's story from his point of view, helped me to understand what was going through his mind. His struggle. Why he was the way he was. It helped me see his sense of humor. His vulnerability, well really his coping mechanism for his inability to let himself be vulnerable. This is why he has to have control. Ahhh! I've said too much. Read this story, it will make you laugh, though I miss my girls, OGG and fairy hoochie mama. That's why you gotta read the first two, books, first. No misspellings and bad grammar, here. A genuine good story. Enjoyed it. Please read it, them. To me, it is far better than the story it's supposed to be parodying. Hint hint. Again, I say enjoy.
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