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My Young Jamaican Wife

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by: The Boos247
Books with a 5 star rating  (8)
Publication Date: July 14, 2018
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 65
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781642545272

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Book Synopsis
Jamal, an entrepreneur stuck at home with his foot broken in three places with absolutely anything to do decides to check out an international dating website site. To his surprise, he found many Jamaican women to his liking. Having dated a Jamaican woman before, he wanted the experience again.

After months of online chatting, he sets his sights on Jamrock to meet these beautiful exotic women he met online. During his stay, he learns more about Jamaica, its culture, food, and places to explore. After meeting a few of the ladies face-to-face, with all the whining and dining, Jamal by chance meets Marcia.

Completely unexpected, she wasn’t on his list from the dating website to meet. Marcia was stunning. She immediately captured his heart and blew his mind — as a result, Jamal decides to forgo meeting the other women on his list.

Falling so deeply in love with her, Jamal finds a way to bring Marcia to the United States. Now married and living a beautiful life together, the two were inseparable. But Jamal’s past is about to reshape his future. It’s always good to meet your in-laws before you get married. The things you don’t know can kill you! The feuding, threats, and dishonor will sicken you. Having a beef with your in-laws can suffocate your marriage and lead you into divorce court.

Will this young Jamaican bride turn against her American husband? Will Jamal’s retaliation cause his wife to choose and side with her people? Will the beef between two families start a national war? To find out, you must read it and find out for yourself!
Customer Comments
Kenneth Green
Posted: July 29, 2018
Customer comment 5 star rating
Very good short story! A crazy mother-in-law will always keep you on your toes. Can't wait to read part2. I know Jamal is in a lot of trouble.
Jason Walden
Posted: July 30, 2018
Customer comment 0 star rating
I must say, this is an interesting read. I can relate to Jamal in so many ways in his situation. The story kept me guessing on what was going to happen next. The author James Canteen is on to some talented writing. I'm looking forward to more books from him in the future!!!
Monica Green
Posted: July 31, 2018
Customer comment 5 star rating
This was a very good read. I love how the author shared the similarity of both cultures. I never realized how the Gullah culture is so similar to Jamaican Patois. That mother in law....oh my!I'm waiting on part 2.
Brian Alston
Posted: July 31, 2018
Customer comment 5 star rating
Not bad at all, I liked it. A story well told. It's a crazy coincidence, and a life threatening mother-in-law. But hey that's what drama is. This was a good quick read. I'm looking out for pt2
Ryan Samuels
Posted: August 1, 2018
Customer comment 5 star rating
A very entertaining and informative read. Good pace storytelling. I like how the author compares and contrasts Gullah and Jamaican culture. As someone of West Indian descent, this book actually enlightened me on Gullah culture of the American South and how it’s not too far removed from the Caribbean.
Jameshia Barr
Posted: August 5, 2018
Customer comment 5 star rating
Very nice and interesting story, unexpected twist tho! I wonder how many times this actually happened in real life? But Sabreena needs to back off. Looking forward to pt2!!
Derrain Carroll
Posted: August 5, 2018
Customer comment 5 star rating
This is a must read! The drama is enticing to the point where you just cannot put the book down! Would not know what to do if I were in Jamal's shoes lol.
Elaine Mccray
Posted: August 5, 2018
Customer comment 0 star rating

Surprisingly good! New author with a nice start. I'm from Myrtle Beach so I know he kept that real. A crazy mother in law, full of drama! I really enjoyed this short story. There is a pt2, so be on the look out.

About The Author
James "The Boos" Canteen, Jr. was born and raised in the inner cities of Georgetown, SC and Bronx New York. Started from breakdancing and rapping to DJing, Canteen left his mark in the urban hip-hop culture scene. He created Boosta Sports Apparel -- BOOSTA meaning Buying Our Own Styles Transcends Awareness -- as a way to raise the consciousness of the African American community about economic self-empowerment while contributing to hip-hop culture. A serial entrepreneur, he later created the brands ShoppingWithTheBoos, Happy Huggs, and Big Boos The Invisible Man, the musical artist, all which merged into The Boos247.

Canteen now adds urban fiction writer to his accomplishments. Drawing from his experience of living in the inner-city, he writes to share his knowledge and wisdom with the masses.
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