Keyshia and Clyde by Treasure E. Blue

Treasured Secret Book 1 by Kendall Talbot
Treasured Secret Book 1 by Kendall Talbot
This was an enjoyable listen as far as content. The author did a good job of giving the reader insight into the lives of the young couple and their pasts. Their meeting was comical and at the same time realistic, sad and still, unfortunately, something that is still prevalent for a lot of those with melanin. Both Keyshia & Clyde suffered at the hands of their protectors and their overall circumstance in life. The determination and hope they held onto once they realized they were stronger together was interesting to watch unfold. And the author made sure we were included on the trip and not just told something happened. What was odd was that while I listened to the character's evolution, I had no concept of time. The timeline was fluid. Now there was one thing that was bothersome and I apologize in advance. The narrator, Mirron Willis, did a good job. So good in fact that as he brought Keyshia or any of the characters from the South to life, I detested when they had to speak. The deep country, broken English that was categorized as Gee Chee was tough to listen too. I've heard the dialect and this interpretation seemed much harsher. All in all, I think this was a good story.

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Reviewed by KayBee
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