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- ASIN : B007ON77OI
- Publisher : Marilyn Lee Unleashed (24 March 2012)
- Language : English
- File size : 1294 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 132 pages
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The hero is named Reed and the heroine is named Jade. Their names are pretty much the most interesting thing about them, and considering that these aren't super exotic names, that's not saying much. First, let's discuss Jade. She is a 20-something year old Black woman who owns a cleaning business. She is immature, petty, controlling, and really, really annoying. Her way of managing Reed is to issue ultimatums, throw tantrums, and play victim. She frequently sets up confrontations between him. And there are a lot of confrontations - over the most stupid things, too. Reed is a 30-something year old White man who is an accounting aspiring to become partner at his firm. If he's in his mid-30s and still hasn't made partner, then I'm seriously questioning this guy's drive and intelligence. He is also emotionally immature and he thinks with his "little guy" and not with his brain. He is less annoying than Jade, but whenever he allows himself to be emotionally manipulated by Jade the twit, I get annoyed.
The sex is boring. The dialogue is laugh out loud stupid and ridiculous. A plot? No... no such thing here. It is basically Jade and Reed having sex (in every way) and then her complaining about: a) his lack of eagerness at the prospect of becoming a father or b) his lack of eagerness at experiencing his love for her. There were times when I was particularly screaming: "Run Reed! Run!". This book is awful. I want my money back.