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- Publisher: Blackstone Pub; Unabridged edition (1 May 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1538487616
- ISBN-13: 978-1538487617
- Boxed-product Weight: 236 g
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I must say. I did like the book, but there was alot of internal dialogue. To the point where. I was kinda getting bored. All in all I gravitated to Morgan and Messiah’s strory. I found Alani’s character to be much too, tragic. And her and Ethic’s relationship took way too long to develop. And, then it fizzled out the next day😕 I will be looking forward for the next installment. But, if the story goes on and on. Like the Prada Plan I will gladly bow out. This book kind of was too heavy at times. I love Ethic but he is much too depressing. That coupled with Alani made me speed read thru it. As they were kinda killing my vibe, too🤷🏾♀️
Update- since most of us have read it by now. How is it that Morgan is Def? In "Moth to a flame" on her 9th birthday party she spoke and spoke well, and i dont remember her losing her voice. Can someone tell me what i missed? but this books says she's always been def but she hasn't always been.
I can’t wait for the next installment. Thank you Ashley you never fail me. I’ve been reading your books for close to 15 years now and I have yet to be disappointed.
I honestly thought this book was going to blow me away but it was mediocre at best. Yes Ethic is a good man from what the author has portrayed but his character lacks excitement....which makes him come off as dry and boring. There was no hope for him and Alani to ever have a happily ever after especially once the truth was revealed. That relationship was doomed from the start. As a reader I felt lead on and in the end Ethic was right back to square one.
As for Morgan and Messiah, their story was quite interesting. Morgan was just as green as her sister was. Young and thought she knew everything. Yet Im curious to see how her and Messiah will evolve as a couple. The last we heard of them in the book they were naked eating pizza on the counter.
I'm looking forward to reading the sequel but we got to give Ethic some excitement. Dude is just sad and depressing.