Tristan's Point of View of Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever.
Tristan White, the CEO of a multibillion-dollar venture capital firm, has every material thing he could ask for. The loss of his mother and a tragedy involving a dear friend has left him unable to form lasting intimate relationships. Even the alternative lifestyle he adopted shortly before entering college to help him cope with the trauma has become less than fulfilling for him in the last year.
When the alluring Keisha Beale breezes into his life seeking startup capital for her record store and studio, his first inclination is to turn her down. But something about the captivating beauty stirs his dormant libido. Mixing business with pleasure ended in tragedy for him once, so he knows he has to tread carefully.
Tristan always builds an exit strategy into every entanglement, but it's Keisha who severs their arrangement by uttering her safe word.
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A good read
Awesome storyline from the male lens. I love that Tristan is that attentive. Keisha’s personality is not completely submissive, so that’s cool.
It really tried but couldn't finish it
I really tried but only made it halfway. I have stopped books before but I usually just stop reading.
I just got a little fed up with the “intensely-close-to-Fifty” plot. I could even overlook the wordiness (Many writers do this and I just try to skip unnecessary, superfluous text.). However I gave up halfway through the book. The numerous descriptions of the heroine as biracial gave me the impression that the writers have colorist issues.