Platinum Dust (Part One)

Platinum Dust Part One Raheim is the son of a dead man and the woman who killed him He has deep seeded hatred toward his mother for kicking him out at age eleven for looking like his father With a fierce determination not t

  • Title: Platinum Dust (Part One)
  • Author: K.C. Blaze
  • ISBN: 9780615999081
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • Raheim is the son of a dead man and the woman who killed him He has deep seeded hatred toward his mother for kicking him out at age eleven for looking like his father With a fierce determination not to end up like either of his parents he runs from woman to woman in hopes of avoiding love and commitment until he runs into the arms of the one woman made to love him One fRaheim is the son of a dead man and the woman who killed him He has deep seeded hatred toward his mother for kicking him out at age eleven for looking like his father With a fierce determination not to end up like either of his parents he runs from woman to woman in hopes of avoiding love and commitment until he runs into the arms of the one woman made to love him One fateful night in a nightclub will leave Raheim running for his life and endangering the lives of those closest to him Follow him on his path to forgiveness, redemption and what he hopes is a love made to last

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    1. The genre of urban fiction is rife with tales of pimps, hustlers, and boss bitches all looking to live the good life. Most of these stories are rote in nature, following the same beats and giving us characters that are all about the dollar dollar bill, y’all. But it was with an open mind that I approached Platinum Dust, author K.C. Blaze’s recent contribution to the genre. The protagonist of Platinum Dust is Rahiem Starz—and yes, that’s his real last name—and he is a piece of work. He [...]

    2. PLATINUM DUST is a hood novel at its BEST!!!! A story is told about a man who is very handsome and a rolling stone never staying with one woman. Maybe it's due to the terrible things he went through with his mother as a young boy. He is a womanizer until he meets Felicia who he is infatuated with. But before he can settle down with his lady forever he must tie up some serious loose ends that may jeopardize his future with Felicia and could also put his baby brother Amir in danger. I don't want t [...]

    3. This book is off the hook! K.C. knows how to make you laugh, and make you cry. She really did a good job in the aspect of relationships: Mother, son; brother to brother; Rahiem's relationships with many women, and the relationship between him and Felicia. Commendable. This author will go far.

    4. This book in one word? AWESOME!!!!!!!! You will not want to put it down and the end will leave you yearning for part two! I can't wait to continue this journey!

    5. Good readThis was a true page-turner. I can't wait until I read part two. I am pretty sure it's going to be even better!

    6. Got to be more carefulRah and Felicia are something else. I'm getting ready to search for part two, this one is a good fat read. Get them both at the same time.

    7. Platinum Dust Part 1 is a blazing novella written by authoress KC Blaze is a story that I must say that I initially didn’t want to read. Meaning when this talented authoress first made initial contact with me and asked me to review her work I was dulled by the fact of reading what I deemed to be a chick book about a play-boyish character who would nevertheless fall in love with the woman he could simply not live life without. Blah, blah, blah…However, I will be the first one to admit that I [...]

    8. A group of us decided to read this one together and discuss. It wasn't my normal book club but a mixture of authors, avid readers, and people deciding to give street lit another chance. We all downloaded our copies from different sources and each of us had some sort of formatting issue to deal with. My copy didn't fit within the pages so I had to constantly keep scrolling up and down and side to side to read. That was quite annoying and strike one, for me. Strike two was the overwhelming number [...]

    9. Platinum Dust is a mixture with a heavy dose of drama, and the right amount of intrigue. The lifestyle choices of Raheem Starz show a clear connection to a traumatic event plainly described and passionately written. The emotions felt by each character is presented in a way that many readers will want to have empathy, direct anger towards and feel forgiveness for characters at different points in the story. The narration is detailed enough where the reader feels as if they are a personal part of [...]

    10. Platinum DustJanet Starz is the momma from Hell. She is bent on revenge against her own son, Raheim. Look out Felicia & Raheim as your love is tested again and again! Will Shine, Jameer & Shameer, ever ever ever find real love?! A good read w lots of funny dramatic characters. Yessss, it's a 4**** novel.

    11. The story was good. It had a good plot. The editing was horrible. There were to many grammatical errors, which made it difficult to read.I also got confused in several spots. I didn't know what characters were doing at times.

    12. The book didn't get interested until I was almost done. The last 14% of the book was a page turner. Would I read the next book, yes, because I need to know what happened to some key characters.

    13. GoodReally good. This book gets right into things. No wondering whywhen was put together. Look forward to part 2! Let's go

    14. NiceNice story but this woman really want to take old boy out over some shit her old man started.And why couldn't he fight his own battles.

    15. YassssssOmg this was so good!! it was different from the others that I've read which made it better. it was definitely a page Turner. part 2???

    16. Love itI loved this book I couldn't put it down I am ready for part 2 I want to know if he would ever forgive his mother and will he ever marry his girl

    17. VERY GOODDecent I enjoyed this book. T story was simple easy to follow. No drugs involved and the sex was tastefully decorated descriptive. Deborah Bates

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