Please update and continue with this story. It's very interesting and makes you funk out the box as well as look at things a little point : sisterwives. I'm very intrigue as a lover and appreciator of all art of which writing is one to go and explore something different is a joy have to think out of the box. Keep up the good workReviewer: kvgurl Signed [Report This]
Date: September 27 2014 04:23 pm
Both brothers seem to be as bad as each other. Cannot continue with the story because I feel very uncomfortable with the plot. Good luck thou
Very interesting viewpoint on the Blackhart brothers! It's unfortunate that plot has made you uncomfortable, it happens to all of us every now and then with a good book. I think that means I'm doing something right if people are getting extreme feels! Thanks for reading in any case!Reviewer: vanessa Anonymous [Report This]
Date: February 14 2014 07:40 am
I maybe the only one but I dont see having multiple wives being a bad thing. I actually like the idea of sister wives. I love your story ,period. Thethingabout sister wives is each one has to be secure in their position in the marriage , know their strengths and weaknesses and be able to lean on the other wives for support. I think that this story can be great I just hate reading it then waiting so long for an update that I have to re read it allover again
thanks so much for your review, doll, and i have to agree with you on that point of viewing polygamy [at its foundation] as a positive relationship form. But you're right, each wife must have confidence in her own worth as well as that of her sisterwives in order for their marriage to be successful; this family is lacking in that regard as we shall find soon. And im sorry for the ridiculous gaps in updates! Tomorrow's should remedy that!Reviewer: RedMoon Signed [Report This]
Date: February 10 2014 07:19 pm
Maybe I'm closeminded; but slavery and multiple wives? Both are men exploiting women for their own uses. Both brothers are not as different as we may believe. The worst kind of slavery is when the victim stays, in this case replacing one master with another. Wish you luck with this story, you are a good writer but to each his own and I honestly will not be continuing with the story. It caught my attention at the beginning both I'm not comfertable with the storyline.
Not closeminded at all, just varying in opinion! It's unfortunate the elements of the plotline perturb you so, but iwill say you made a fascinating connection in regards to the Blackhart Bros that i wasnt aware i had made so transparent yet. in any case, thanks for reading!Reviewer: Stories Signed [Report This]
Date: February 09 2014 10:59 pm
You coupled two subjects that I hate slavery and the whole sisterwives concept. I already don't like Paloma as she is a jealous bitch. A jealous bitch is a dangerous bitch. Shoot her ass right between her eyes!! I am intrigued!
The worst subjects that can bring about the best feels! Amen to that jealousy, hunni. Paloma has another thing coming if she doesnt figure out how to hide it!Reviewer: pmgayles Signed [Report This]
Date: February 07 2014 01:08 pm
This is different and very intriguing yes ! Unf but nero will be hopeless fun I think ! I like !
Glad you enjoyed it, Soffi :] And thanks so much for reading and reviewing as always!Reviewer: Soffi Anonymous [Report This]
Date: March 28 2013 03:31 pm
It's a little too convoluted. Actually, that's not true. There are just way too many people talking in the first chapters. Try to use just one person's point of view.
Thanks for taking the time to read, tens! Okay, so too much dialogue transpired between characters I believe is what you're getting at, right? I do my best when I write to make it clear who is saying what and when [most of my pieces have multitudinous voices interacting with one another :D Thank you for your critique. How would you suggest utilizing First Person POV to accurately deliver the same actions and conversations? Please let me know :] And again, thanks for reading!Reviewer: tens Signed [Report This]
Date: March 28 2013 05:55 am
Ok, so Thane takes in the slaves that escape his brother's plantation. Is it just the women? So is he married to all of them? I'm still unclear on that. Which sister did Nero grab? I think it was Asi because I think Thane has Tehya in his arms. I'm really intrigued by this story. It's even more fascinating b/c one would think they would run and escape to the north where they have the potential to be free, but Thane's plantation is in the south, in Savannah, Georgia. How can he protect them? How are they safe there? I can't wait to see how this plays out.
This one got so carried away it didn't make any real time to explain what I initially believed I would be able to. So I think you may still have the same questions as you did last chapter >.< But in short Thane's plantation [Thanwood Holdings] takes in any of those who are running for freedom: it's a pit-stop for some who want to go North and an enduring stay for others who want to give back what they've been taught. He's not married to all of the women, no, but you will see shortly that the understanding he has with several of them is regarded as a husband-to-wife mentality. And yes, Thane has Tehya and Nero has Asi. What do you think I could do to elucidate on who has who more, any ideas? Again, thanks so much for taking the time to read & review, shug!Reviewer: dgreen1980 Signed [Report This]
Date: March 28 2013 04:20 am
Ok, it definitely delivered intrigue and curiosity. I'm a little confused the way both Abigail and Paloma were referred to as "Blackheart Wives" as to whether they're both married to Thane. I love how you've set the story up, and I'm interested to see where you're going. Also, to know who's following them.
Thanks for reviewing! I wanted there to be some question as to why they're both considered one of the same, and the next chapter addresses that in more ways than one. It also sets the stage for why Thane does what he does-- or in part, anyway. Hope you enjoyed :]Reviewer: dgreen1980 Signed [Report This]
Date: March 27 2013 04:34 pm
Score! Thanks for reading, shug :]Reviewer: sjrucker Anonymous [Report This]
Date: March 27 2013 06:12 am
I’m thoroughly intrigued even more so based on your response to the last review. I’m fascinated at your grasp of the language and dialect. Your words resonate well.
Like you, I am a descendant of Maroons but not Black Seminoles, more so Caribbean Maroons. The predominant races in my family are Blacks and South Asians….so I am too a Black Indian but my meaning and history is not the same as yours. Here’s a book you should add to your reading list, it may give you some insight into your Bajan or Barbadian roots -- In the Castle of My Skin by George Lamming.
Looking forward to more.
-is getting all excited from all these fellow Marooner descendants!-
I will most certainly add that book to my mini library of sorts. That's one of the crazy things I love about literature featuring WoC; even the smallest of similarities strike fascination in what we read. It's like reading more about parts of ourselves we didn't even know we really had.
And thanks so much :] Hope I can continue to deliver!Reviewer: siennagray Signed [Report This]
Date: March 27 2013 03:19 am
This is exciting! I'm black seminole on my grandpa's side. I have been studying up on black seminoles and black indians in general so I can't wait to see what you've got in store :)
OMGOMGOMG AS AM I! My maternal grandmother's grandmother was Black-Seminole and Irish, then married a man from Barbados! Have you read Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage by William Loren Katz? My pops gave it to me and it's basically the staple of my roots research :] Hopefully I deliver for ya!Reviewer: LadySade Signed [Report This]
Date: March 27 2013 12:15 am
Girl you know you teasing?
Dont do that to me!
Bahahaha girl you good, I'll make it up to ya I promise :DReviewer: serenity Anonymous [Report This]
Date: March 26 2013 04:53 pm