Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Piece Keeper Review

About the Book:
Teresa Prince, a small town girl with a big heart, had dreams of working in law enforcement her goals put on pause in the worse way possible. Will she overcome this tragedy and emerge triumphant with her mind and soul intact? Or will the mental anguish be too much for her to bare? 
James, a twisted soul with ideas of love and grandeur with a woman that doesn’t feel the same for him, at least not yet. That will all change if he has anything to do with it. Also, her old flame has stepped into the picture. Will James be able to win her over and make her the love of his life before the flame is rekindled between her and her ex? Or will he be left in the cold while they live happily-ever-after?
Black Love was always a white collar kind of guy more so than a gangster when an unfortunate incident occurs in a small town in Illinois he rushes to the side of his ex-fiancĂ© to attempt to save the day. It does not take long to figure out that not everyone wants to see justice served. On top of that, his feelings for his past love may not only cause conflicts in the case but also add a rift to his new relationship. Will Black put his past behind him and find out who violated Teresa? 
In this fast-paced tale of pain, misguided passion, and lost love we follow these three souls as they embark on a journey of romance, rape, and retribution. When there’s no one to count on but yourself will you stand and deliver? Or bend and break? Each will face that question in the midst of what they once thought was true. They all find out that when love turns to war, someone has to be the Piece Keeper!

Book Links:
Piece Keeper via Amazon   Piece Keeper via Barnes & Noble   PieceKeeper Paperback

About the Author: 

Antwan Floyd Sr. is a Publisher, Author, and Reviewer. He publishes Crime Fiction novels under his publishing company Maleah Solange Books. He has released two titles in the Black Love Detective Series: Piece Keeper & Cannibal in the City. He has also written Dope Fiction and Dope Fiction pt. 2 "Greed Between the Lines". Originally from Chicago, IL he currently resides in Indianapolis, IN where he is penning his next novel.

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This book was not an easy one to read. The rape scene at the beginning of the book was difficult to read and in some ways it sets the tone for the rest of the book.

Teresa is a tough woman. The ordeal she goes through and then fights back to get some normalcy in her life makes her a champion to the readers. The character of Black Love was interesting. As an attorney he knows the lines very well and he is not afraid to test how far they can be pushed. Even crossed at dire moments. Its the character of James that would intrigue the readers the most. Throughout the book he is the one who makes the readers wonder the most.

On the other hand I am not sure about the way law enforcement was painted in this book. There is corruption everywhere, including law enforcement - to bring that out was a good idea. But I feel that at parts, the author could have reigned in it a bit.

It is a good beginning to what can be a thrilling series. 

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