Dell Banks -
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3.5 out of 5 books -
Giselle Whitfield has found love that she yearned for as a child while she was abused by her malicious mother, Greta. She has put her dreams of acting on the back burner because of her fiance’s desire to take care of her. Penning her innermost thoughts and feelings proves to be therapeutic but could also prove to be destructive. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer proves to be an understatement in Shady.
Shady is a common tale of sheisty people victimizing one gullible individual for no apparent reason but pure greed and vindictiveness. The storyline had a choppy flow and poor editing that was a bit distracting. Shady did have potentially good scenes but failed with the delivery. There were too many open subplots and poor character development, ultimately hindering a potentially good read.
Reviewed by Tazzyt2bossye for Urban Reviews
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Friday, March 23, 2012
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