Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever : The Ghetto Girl Romance Quadrilogy

  • by L.V. Lewis
  • Narrated by Marie Hélène
  • Series: The Ghetto Girl Romance Quadrilogy
  • 8 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Keisha Beale, a street-wise Chicago south-sider two years out of DePaul University, is a quarter million dollars in start-up capital away from realizing her dream of owning a recording studio/record store. She takes the place of her more business-savvy partner in a meeting with Tristan White himself, the venture capitalist they've targeted to fund their business. A bi-racial, African American and Brazilian woman with a troubled past, Keisha has been so focused on her business pursuits that her love life has been non-existent. Tristan White is the devastatingly handsome, 32-year-old CEO of White Enterprises, the firm he built using only the inheritance his mother left him to prove to his father he had the mettle to do it alone. He comes from a long line of wealth, and lives the life of a "one-percenter" on Chicago's Gold Coast. Tristan is accustomed to controlling every aspect of his life given his birth into a world of white privilege.
When Keisha and Tristan's worlds collide, sparks fly, and a fever is ignited in them both that they have never experienced before. It turns out they each have secrets, but together, in the unorthodox arrangement Tristan proposes, they discover passions they never knew they had.
The Ghetto Girl title is, in all truthfulness, a misnomer. Keisha Beale is a highly-educated young woman who just happens to have been born on the other side of the socio-economic tracks. She embraces all of who she is, and navigates almost effortlessly in both worlds.
Erotic, amusing, and in places hilarious, the Ghetto Girl Romance Quadrilogy is a parody with a new take on a Fifty Shades type story that will take you even further into the BDSM word, and promises to make the vanilla original Fifty Shades more colorful.

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Fifty Shades with a Twist!

Where does Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It was an enjoyable listen. I was a little worried in the beginning that is was just "too" similar to E L James' Fifty Shades Trilogy; but, there was a more urban twist to the story.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever?

Nothing really memorable. Just a fair listen!


What does Marie Hélène bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Her narration kept my attention. I think if I had just read the book, I would have lost interest really quickly.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

No!


Any additional comments?

The story kind of ended abruptly. It definitely left me hanging. I am curious to see where the next installment picks up.

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- Tracy

I loved this... Can't wait until next one...

Wow! This is a Ghetto Fifty Shades... for real... Stop right now...if you don't want a listen to a ghetto fifty shades.. But I have to admit this was damn near better than the original fifty. Tristan was the real deal... I bit more of a real guy, more so than Christen... and this time around it is not Christen with the issue... it Keshia Beale not Ana Steale... OMG! This was on point! See even my review has gotten all ghetto phab!

So worth the credit... There are changes from the original story all over the place but the line up is the same. If you have read/listen to the original story you would be able to point them out... and it just makes this better b/c you know how the story has changed... It was great.. I loved when Keshia knocked the rapper out... and ended up at the Tristan house... Great Great...

So worth the credit... this was done so tasteful. The smex was so much better than 50... I am impressed... Can't wait til book 2... instant download.
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- Candateshia Pafford

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-31-2013
  • Publisher: L. V. Lewis, Jungle Fever Press