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Summary Ties That Tether

Ties That Tether

Dating pool ever since But when another match made by mom goes wrong Azere ends up at a bar enjoying the company and later sharing the bed of Rafael Castellano a man who is tall handsome and whiteWhen their one night stand unexpectedly evolves into something serious Azere is caught between her growing feelings for Rafael and the compulsive need to p. This is an interesting romantic debut from a Nigerian Canadian author Being Nigerian myself and a lover of Nigerian romance this seemed like it would be an excellent match for me I ve read this with mixed emotions the summary of which is that on the balance of things I think it s alright and I appreciate the story the author wanted to tell and really respected the own voices nature of that story about culture and love and assimilation and the fear of losing your heritage and disappointing your generationsStarting with the positives this story is undoubtedly own voices the author captured the nuances of a common Nigerian experience especially for Nigerian immigrants growing up in the disapora but this experience is even applicable locally I read book with similar themes recently that was very well written but that WASN T own voices and reading this book I can tell that the author understands this cultural experience and expectation because of her sympathy with Azere I love that

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When a Nigerian woman falls for a man she knows will break her mother’s heart she must choose between love and her familyAt twelve years old Azere promised her dying father she would marry a Nigerian man and preserve her culture even after emigrating to Canada Her mother has been vigilant about helping forcing her to stay well within the Nigerian. 25 stars Trigger warning for surprise pregnancy loss of a child loss of a loved one and traumatic childbirth I want to start out with saying I was so excited to read this book The cover is gorgeous and this book sounded so good with the main character falling for a man that was not Nigerian when she promised her deceased father she would marry a Nigerian man Unfortunately when I started this book I was really not enjoying the writing style The dialogue felt very forced and cliche and there were FAR too many movie references Rom coms are our main character s thing but she goes on to reference at least ten movies and follow that reference up with an entire paragraph summarizing the movie or scene she was reminded of This got to be too much and while I love movies and knew every single movie she referenced I just didn t care and it took me out of the story each time On to the actual plot This book deals with surprise pregnancy which is my least favorite trope While this is definitely a

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Lease her mother who will never accept a relationship that threatens to dilute Azere's Nigerian heritage Azere can't help wondering if loving Rafael makes her any less of a Nigerian Can she be with him without compromising her identity The answer will either cause Azere to be audacious and fight for her happiness or continue as the compliant daughte. At first glance Ties That Tether might seem to be just another contemporary romance But really it s so much Right off the bat we know that Azere has done something completely out of character After a terrible first date with yet another mom approved man Azere decides to cool off by having a drink in the hotel bar where an attractive stranger strikes up a conversation with her After talking for hours they end up in bed and have a fantastic night together but Azere leaves uietly the next morning never intending to see him againAzere is Nigerian Canadian born and raised in a village that she remembers fondly until her father s death when she was 12 years old led the family to immigrate to Canada under the protection of her paternal uncle While Azere and her sister Efe learned to become Canadian Azere s mother holds the girls to their heritage and most of all she holds Azere to the promise she made to her father on his deathbed To marry a Nigerian Edo manAzere feels guilt over


10 thoughts on “Ties That Tether

  1. says:

    This is a promising debut and I’m really happy to have a chance to read it because learning about different cultures their traditions approaches perspectives turned me into a excited child who is happy to discover new colorful worlds and appreciates the knowledge is power Most of our ancestors have migrated from other c

  2. says:

    25 stars Trigger warning for surprise pregnancy loss of a child loss of a loved one and traumatic childbirth I want to sta

  3. says:

    Okay um I can't get into this review until we acknowledge how RIDICULOUSLY GORGEOUS this cover is Oh? My? God? It's one of my favorites of 2020 hands downJane Igharo's Ties That Tether is a wonderful debut with a

  4. says:

    This is an interesting romantic debut from a Nigerian Canadian author Being Nigerian myself and a lover of Nigerian romance this seemed like it would be an excellent match for me I’ve read this with mixed emotions the summary of which is that on the balance of things I think it’s alright and I appreciate the story the author wanted to tell and really respected the own voices nature of that story about culture and love and assimilation

  5. says:

    I have nothing Nothing could have been changed Nothing could have enhanced this story Nothing could be better Nothing can change my mind PerfectionFurther RTC 🖤

  6. says:

    This book was absolutely beautiful I loved it so so much I enjoyed getting to know Azere and learn about her Nigerian culture The Ties That Tether did an amazing job of bringing to light the beauty and the richness that comes from in an intercultural relationship This book really made you uestion how well do you know yourself and what makes you you? This book gets all the stars from me A must read I want to

  7. says:

    free review copy 5 stars for originality in romance AMEN for a voice and story from a culture Nigerian Canadian not seen often if at all in co

  8. says:

    At first glance Ties That Tether might seem to be just another contemporary romance But really it’s so much Right off the bat we know that

  9. says:

    I was really excited to read this book as a first generation Nigerian American I knew this story will resonate with me and feel as p

  10. says:

    455 ☆ 5DISCLAIMER Thanks to Penguin Random House Global for the e galley in exchange for an honest reviewTrigger Warnings view spoilertraumatic childbirth mentions of deaths hide spoiler

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