Rockin’ His Chain, Wearing His Ring: Jumma & Trouble

Rockin’ His Chain, Wearing His Ring: Jumma & Trouble Rockin’ His Chain, Wearing His Ring: Jumma & Trouble by Dymond Taylor
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Trouble turned playboy to family man, has a few secrets untold that could destroy everything he and Jumma, has worked so hard to accomplish. After going through the ups and downs to win over his now fiancé, Jumma, Trouble finds himself wondering, is his bad-boy days really behind him. Has he locked Jumma down for all the wrong reasons? It’s no doubt about it that he loves her but is that enough for him to do right; considering the fact she took bullets behind him and bear his child; all while being paralyzed from the waist down. 

Jumma loves Trouble with everything in her. There’s no other person she rather be with. Unless that’s how she felt until Trouble starts displaying odd behavior. She wants to believe she is losing her mind but she’s so in tuned with Trouble, she knows something is up. His time at home has slacked drastically and he takes more trips out of town than a retiree. 
Jumma wastes no time going into investigation mode with her best friend Zoni, by her side. They say when you go searching you find, and it’s not something you’ll like. Will that be the case for Jumma when she follows Trouble to a residence that is unknown to her but seems very familiar to him? 

This is the spin-off to That Bona Fide Hood Love Fire & Pure: Season 5. Jumma and Trouble have a story to tell along with the rest of the crew. This is mainly Jumma and Trouble’s story but Fire and Pure, Yurey and Zoni, have some unfinished business as well. Indulge in this wild tale to see if the love between these couples is still bona fide

It was definitely good getting a dose of the Prince clan again. Trouble created a situation that he would have loved to turn into a sister wives situation. The story moved quickly and had drama front and center. There was even a moment between my favorite Fire and his wife that made me gasp. The characters have evolved. Trouble held his own for the most part as the headline of this story. I loved getting an inside look into what happened after their engagement. 

What I didn't particularly like were the confusing transitions. There were more than a few times that I had to go back and to the previous paragraph to realize that the characters and/or scene had changed. There was also a bit of repetition when it came to the scenes that transpired between Kola and Trouble. However, this installment ended strong and I look forward to the next installment. Get your copy here and support the author by leaving a review.


by KayBee