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Friday, September 23, 2016
REVIEW ~ Black Keys by Rose B Mashal
by Rose B. Mashal
(The Colorblind Trilogy, #1)
Publication date: May 15th 2015
Genres: New Adult, Romance
A Muslim Arab Prince with a heavy weight of responsibilities on his shoulders and a young, Catholic American woman with a dark, haunted past living inside her heart are unexpectedly thrust together in a deal of betrayal brokered by her brother. The last thing she imagines when she goes to a wedding in a kingdom far away from her home is to find out that it’s her own wedding as well.
But as the bright, independent CEO struggles to live this new life, the attractive, intelligent Prince wants nothing more than for his bride to find the black keys.
As traditions and rules become too numerous to keep up with, fate steps in to teach the troubled new Princess a few lessons about love, life, understanding, and acceptance. And destiny forces the Crown Prince into allowing his beautiful wife to break a rule or two.
Because when it comes to love, rules blur and traditions fade.
Rose is a loved mother, wife, and a stay at home lawyer. Writing is her passion, and reading is her obsession. Music is her best friend and sarcasm is her speaking trend. One of her joys is bringing happiness to others and her biggest wish is that they stay true to one another. Through her stories, she wants to spread nothing except understanding, peace and love.
"Black Keys" weaves together romance, religion, culture, and diverse characters to create a beautiful story and a wonderful reading experience!
Possessed of wonderfully flawed characters and a layered world, Black Keys tells the story of a young woman finding acceptance, love, and a better version of herself in the arms of those she never imagined she could care for.
I give this book a five stars for it's beautiful imagery, it's emotion, and it's strong potential as a series.
Oh, and pay special attention to the credits... you may just see my name there! I had the awesome privilege of editing this book for Rose a week before it's release! :D