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Jamaican Temptation Kindle Edition
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It was a quick quick read with a speedy romance between two people who walked different paths in life. The editing was A+!!! I personally didn't see any errors, which is hard to come by in eBooks - so great job on that.
Now Justin and Kyra.... what can I say?? Their initial conversations were comical - Kyra thought they peculiar, whereas Justin figured they were thought-provoking. What it really showed was how different their lives and goals were. By the ending, they appeared to be on the same page -
“I have a feeling we’re going to get a lot more practice with compromise,” he said.
She moved aside one of his dreadlocks to kiss his cheek. “I think you’re right, but
after what we’ve been through, we can handle just about anything.”
What I wanted more of was to see their relationship develop more organically. The author spent a lot of time focusing on Justin's struggle over his beliefs and little time on the actual relationship with Kyra. Justin wanted to keep proving how much of a Rasta he was, but he kept doing things that were knowingly outside of his beliefs. We saw Kyra focusing on things other than their relationship- she was materialistic and her whole "I want to meet a rich, white man" was a little over the top.
It was an OK read, but I would definitely give this author another try as this was my first book by her.
When I read the dedication and thru out the book it reminded me of Bob Marley's music especially this song:
As you read the story you can tell there was an attraction between the two main characters. And it made you wonder what was going to happen with them. The portrayed to me as a HFN cause you to me personally are just that words and acts speak mountains. So it was up in the air if...
The one thing I really disliked was the religion bit, yeah sure it was necessary to a point but... Both characters are set in their ways and stubborn.
Overall a 3.5 stars.
I really liked this story. It was different and I'm a lover of different. Justin was Rastafarian and Kyra was a girl who was his temptation. I started out not liking Kyra. She was self-absorbed and materialistic. Justin changed her and I loved her journey. Justin was so nice and sweet but I was mad at him for his decision on whether or not to do a surgery that could save his life. In the end, I'm glad he did it, even though he was close to dying. He made Kyra so much better and she in turn, made him see things beyond his strict beliefs. I really liked this book. Can't wait to read more.