Dasaya Cates -
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3 out of 5 books -
The Lang's are one of the most wealthiest families in Atlanta. They are multi-billionaires, powerful and highly respected within the community. Unfortunately, one of the Lang's has been keeping a secret from the family. It's a secret that she is willing to keep at all costs, no matter who she has to pay off or what she has to do to keep it quiet.
Blair and Reynold Lang are newlyweds who seem to be the picture perfect couple. As soon as the rings were exchanged, that's when Blair seemed to change. Blair becomes borderline obsessed in conceiving Reynold's child. Reynold is so irritated with all the baby talk that he begins spending more and more time at work. Eventually things take a turn for the worst.
Bloodlines by Dasaya Cates was a story of family, lies and secrets. I found that the part in the story where there is the reading of the grandfather's will was a bit much, especially considering how much the family was already worth. Aside from this, the story was a little slow but moved full throttle ahead near the end the story, leaving the reader wanting more. I think if the story would have moved more like the ending, and had more of the suspense throughout the book, the book would have made for a better read. All-in-all, Bloodlines was an okay novel.
Reviewed by Leona for Urban Reviews
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011
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