Who would you recommend this book to?
Individuals who enjoy romance, poetry, and sensuality
What did you like most about this book?
Even though it spoke on a sensual subject matter, Sweet Mangos tastefully moves back and forth through various suggestions but never coming across as crude or vulgar.
What did you like least about this book?
I think the author/poet could have thrown a short story in the book, maybe in the middle or at the end of the book. It would've been a great touch.
Any suggestions for how this book could have been better?
One thing, and that is the author could have provided the relevance of the title in reference to a sensual fruit.
What was your overall impression of this book?
Sweet Mangos by Kottyn Campbell is an excursion to another side of love. This is the side where a woman does not bash a man, complain to other women about a man, or expound about the ills a man may have caused her. In Sweet Mangos, the author speaks about her adoration of her man and how she wishes to please him. Every poem takes you on a journey of compliments, extolling the virtue of her love for a man. As a man, it makes you wish he were you. Sweet Mangos...
Reviewed by: Marc Livingston
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