Keyshia and Clyde rank number one. I love a good urban/love story with a good ending.
The best part was when Keyshia got her life together for herself, her family and her man.
The scene where the mother came into the court room to testify for her sons, such a sad scene but yet happy scene.
I would keep the same, such a great name for this book, nothing needs to be changed. I like the narrator Mirron Willis, but would love to have a female read the female parts.
I Iove this new author, audible need to add more of his books.
I ordered this book thinking it would be a normal romance about a thug.. Treasure Blue shoked the hell out of me with Suga Bear.....I have to give him a standing ovation and 5 stars. In each book he winds and twist the books so perfectly that you have no choice except be hooked......I would most def. recommend this book!!!!
When Keyshia saved Clyde from suga bear and he sucks his own......****
Made you envision the story as it was told. I could visualized.
I love it!!!
this book was overwhelmingly inspirational. The power of black love, between man and women and devotion to family was so real and felt all the way down to the soul. I'm still speachless. Treasure keep writing you're a tremendous inspirational story teller, you're at the top. I give 20 stars. A must read, make sure u have a box of tissues (lots of tears of both sadness and triumph).
The ending is powerful and awesome. I picked this book by chance. Although Im writing a review, I am a skeptic on others opinions as far as books go. This book was good all the way through. I had it on all three of my computers. The characters a muy vivid, many emotions are evoked. I always compare to Coldest Winter and the darkest child, this is up there. THIS IS A MUST READ!!!!! GO AHAEAD AND SELECT NOW!
I had been eager to read this book ever since I read and loved Harlem Girl Lost many years ago. After having this book on my audible wish list for months and months, I was so disappointed when it was not anything like I had expected! I did not intend to compare this book to Harlem Girl Lost as I read or in my review now but I just can't seem unable to help but compare the two books! First of all, this book is absolutely nothing like Harlem Girl Llost. Keisha and Clyde is a much more tame, diluted version of that vibrant, engaging book!
Keisha and Clyde is an interesting story about two characters and their immediate families. Although this book is well written and the character's stories are interesting, there were very few exciting or gripping scenes in this book. Additionally, there were very few, possibly no characters that were extraordinary or exceptionally interesting. Mr. Blue is capable of writing compelling, gripping characters and scenes so we do get a few of those in this book but very few; in such a lengthy book, I felt that a lot more was needed. The talent is there, maybe I just chose the wrong book? Hopefully the next book I read/listen to by Mr. Treasure E. Blue will be much more upbeat and juicy!
Keyshia and Clyde show you that before you move forward you have to mend the past. Clyde had to face his unanswered questions and painful feels w/his dad and Keyshia had to face several childhood issues that injured emotionally and mentally, no matter how painful.
1) Clyde teaching Keyshia to use a firearm 2) Clyde facing his father 3) Keyshia voluntarily building a relationship w/her, future mother-in-law.
He gave each character so much definition. He truly puts so much life and energy into the narrating/story telling. Made me look for more of his work.
Clyde's mother, b/c during the story even when she didn't speak, she had you feel what she was going thru due to struggles w/ her past. Especially at the court she really came out and had you feel her anger which eventually prospered into joy.
Truly a life like story.
I like the fact that Keyshia took her street smarts and usd them to help get her man out of jail. Which goes to show that if you can concoct an illegal scheme, you can concoct a legal one.
I wasnt sure I was going to like it. I'm from the South and I didnt like how they played Keyshia, BUT this was one of the most amazing stories ever.. 5 Stars... all the way.. A must read...