Thursday, September 30, 2010
NEW REVIEW: Trisha R. Thomas - Un-Nappily in Love
Trisha R. Thomas -
Un-Nappily in Love -
Available Now! -
3.5 out of 5 books -
Venus and Jake are back again with more issues than ever before. Jake has embarked on a new career as a movie star and is living in the spotlight. But things get a little complicated when his sexy co-star Sirena Lassiter wants to rekindle their relationship from the past, a past that Venus knows nothing about. Sirena also has a secret that could make Jake’s life a living nightmare. It also doesn’t help matters when Venus is feeling like the third wheel in her marriage and wonders what will become of it. Will the price of fame be too much for Venus and Jake?
Un-Nappily in Love is the sixth installment of the Nappily series by Trisha R. Thomas. Thomas brings back the beloved characters of Venus and Jake and throws in a few new interesting ones too. You get to see how Jake’s sudden movie star status disrupts his home life and causes a new set of problems (i.e. the paparazzi.) Trevelle Doval and her storyline could have been left out of this book because it added nothing to this story. There is a shocking twist in this book that readers won’t see coming. But the ending of this book was too unrealistic and too clean to be believable. It looks like there could be a little room for another installment, but it’s hard to imagine where else Thomas could go with these characters. It’s time to end this series because things are just getting way too outlandish. Un-Nappily in Love is still an entertaining read by Trisha R. Thomas.
Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews
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