JADED" is the story of Joshua Knight, an ad exec who, after a devastating breakup, throws his heart and soul into his work. He's building KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR but outside its doors, he has no life. One day he hears a song that haunts him and sends him on a journey around NYC to find it. The problem is he doesn't know the singer or the song title. After an all day searchJADED" is the story of Joshua Knight, an ad exec who, after a devastating breakup, throws his heart and soul into his work. He's building KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR but outside its doors, he has no life. One day he hears a song that haunts him and sends him on a journey around NYC to find it. The problem is he doesn't know the singer or the song title. After an all day search, Joshua happens into an old bookstore where a wise man and a chance meeting not only change his day, it could change his life. Enter Elijah Monroe: tall, brown, beautiful and sincere. He's just a brother who is enjoying his day and singing his song, but that song catches Joshua's ear and brings the two men together for an evening that has the potential to become a lifetime.Is Joshua even open to love after Greg Marshall destroyed his heart and his trust? Is Elijah after something more than just a one-night stand? Can they get past their pasts and Joshua's pain to find out?"JADED," a novel look at men loving men after men hurt men who love men."From the first chapter, Kevin E. Taylor establishes himself as a writer, unique in his craft. This author knows in his marrow how to weave a truly compelling story.Reading "JADED" might just change the way you view Gay men, Black men, Same Gender Loving Men, and the concept of Love between them, in a wonderfully affirming way." - L.M. Ross, Author, "THE LONG BLUE MOAN" and "MANHOOD: THE LONGEST MOAN....
|Number of Pages||:||300 Pages|
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I'm not gonna rate this book. It should not have been published because it has not been edited AT ALL. I'm not complaining about minor grammar stuff, I'm complaining about an incredible number of paragraphs and half sentences that the author obviously forgot to delete!!! I bought it on Amazon and I want my money back, or an edited version (Amazon allows the reader to download edited versions at no extra cost when the author fixes typos). The general plot is good, but the characters seem too perfect and the dialogues do not feel like real people talking. The author's style, even putting aside the endless typos, was a bit amateurish. This book is about the spiritual journey of two Christian African American gay men who have been burned by love before and are afraid to love again. I wouldn't recommend the book to any of my friends.
good little book