Multicultural Madness

 

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JADE by Dy Young.

I recieved this book free in Exchange for an honest review. So I am afraid that is what it is going to get.
Tyína is a Queen in her university sorority.The sisterhood is made up of girls of all colours and nationalities. It is set up to built their confidence to find a good place in life. Tyína is also an orphan whose God mother ill treats her and is controlling her inheritance.
Andre is a billionaire owner of a company that rivals her god mothers. He kidnapps Tyína to forcé the other woman to lose her company. He keeps Tyína safe and gives her anything she could possibly want.

The story line of the book is good but it reads like a translated book. The english language is butchered. That makes Reading it very hard work. Trying to make sense out of it. I am very sorry to the author for this type of review but I can not do any different.

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About petulawinmill

i am a reader only. I love Historical and paranormal romance . I am English but have lived in Spain for the last 26yrs . Because it was difficult to get books In English when I first came here I am a bit behind on some of the authors. Sincé my wonderful son bought me a kindle I have been trying to catch up. I have been married for ·39yrs and have one son who is 24.You will also have to forgive me if I don´t do things properly, We didn´t have computers at my school. . I have been busy working until recently and not had time to learn all the things that the kids can do so easily now.

Posted on October 7, 2014, in contemporary romance. and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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