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Saturday, December 22, 2012
NEW REVIEW: James Causey - Twisted
James Causey - Twisted - Available Now! - 4 out of 5 books -
Travon Brown is back with more problems than ever before. After the death of his surrogate father Willie, Travon is out for revenge against the person that’s responsible. But will he be able to rely on his street skills in order to settle the score? He has even bigger issues when he finds out that he’s the father of Angel’s baby. Now he needs to decide if he can continue with his relationship with Faith or try to explore things with Angel. Will Travon be able to do what he needs to do in order to go on with his life?
Twisted is a good sequel to the Twist by James E. Causey. Causey did a good job with the development of Travon as a character. Travon is essentially a good man, but he has some things that he needs to work out. You see how Travon struggles between doing what’s right and what he feels is the code of the street. Readers will actually feel the strong desire that he has to be a father to his daughter. This story shows how a regular man with a professional career can make questionable decisions that lead him down the wrong path. It was also interesting to see the dynamics of Faith and Angel’s relationship change throughout the book. Twisted is another winner for James E. Causey.