China Doll (Triple Crown Publications Presents)
by Leah Branch
Love doesn't come easy - especially for China. With her family out of the picture, China must rely on her friends instead. But friendship does not always withstand the struggles of the streets. Tragedy strikes China's life again and again, knocking her support and hope for happiness out from under her. That's when she meets Black. Just as things are looking up for China, B...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published June 15th 2010 by Triple Crown Publications
(first published 2010)
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This was terrible. I have been reading this book & I'm completely lost because Leah Branch could not write a story if Toni Morrison held the pencil for her. Underdeveloped story line I can deal with them. Mediocre descriptions, I can deal with it. Boring characters, I can't deal with! Hasn't Branch at least read a novel from K'wan, Quentin Carter, or Deja King - her fellow Triple Crown Publication authors? It seems she has not. Do yourself a favor & pass on this story. It's just not wort...more
This book was good but it had too many reversals. It was sort of confusing and I believe that the boyfriend at the beginning didn't really prove to be useful in the story. Overall it was a good book it ended very well for her. Let's hope that he doesn't die in her hands.