The Slave Master's Son

The Slave Master s Son The s for Black Americans was a time of forced servitude anguish heartbreak and strength of faith John a wealthy Richmond Virginia slave owner s son and Hannah the Negro daughter of a prote

  • Title: The Slave Master's Son
  • Author: Tiana Laveen
  • ISBN: 9781468161649
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • The 1800s for Black Americans was a time of forced servitude, anguish, heartbreak, and strength of faith John, a wealthy Richmond, Virginia slave owner s son, and Hannah, the Negro daughter of a protective and loving mother, grew up as playmates, sharing their lives and dreams Soon a sweet and tumultuous love affair began that grew so strong John would risk everything beThe 1800s for Black Americans was a time of forced servitude, anguish, heartbreak, and strength of faith John, a wealthy Richmond, Virginia slave owner s son, and Hannah, the Negro daughter of a protective and loving mother, grew up as playmates, sharing their lives and dreams Soon a sweet and tumultuous love affair began that grew so strong John would risk everything before relinquishing it With his reputation in jeopardy, Hannah in his heart, and a father and country firmly against him, John must overcome obstacle after obstacle, some involving incredible violence and cruelty Along the way he discovers shocking family secrets, buried for years This historic romance raises the question Can the love between a beautiful, young slave woman and a wealthy, Confederate slave master s son endure the prevailing ideology of their time

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    About “Tiana Laveen

    • Tiana Laveen

      Tiana Laveen was born in Cincinnati, Ohio She moved away, and now lives inside of her mind, but her heart is occupied with her husband, two children, and twisted imagination She enjoys a fulfilling and enriching life that includes writing books, public speaking, drawing, painting, listening to music, cooking, and spending time with loved ones.Tiana Laveen is a uniquely creative and innovative author whose romance fiction is geared towards those who not only want to temporarily escape from the daily routines of life, but also became pleasantly caught up in the twisted, well developed journeys of her unique characters Tiana creates a painting with words as she guides her reader into the lives of each and every main character Her dedication to detail and staying true to her characters is evident in each novel that she writes.



    224 thoughts on “The Slave Master's Son

    • Forbidden love and redemptionAnother great story by Ms. Laveen! She always takes us into the heart of her characters by the end of the story you feel as though you know these characters inside and out. As usual I was sorry to get to the end of the story. As the reader I'm so invested in the story and feelings of each character of course I don't wanted to end. We learned that when you truly love someone you're willing to endure quite a bit in order to be with that person. Even if it means that lo [...]


    • Wow!This woman knows how to weave a tale!!My worde beautiful way a childhood friendship (unseemly at that time) developed into a love that defied their times.Hannah, strong yet so innocente had a fierce sense of a person's true character but she let you believe otherwise. I feel John, although white and free, was sheltered by his father that he was somewhat more innocent that Hannah.I loved John's quiet strength though; the way he corrected that shady doctor was poetic but Hannah she went full o [...]


    • I enjoyed this book I love this author , the things that happened in this book were tragic and full of love. I always have a hard time when I read a book about slavery but I really like the fact that this book is about love. Hannah and John were in love even when they are not supposed to be and that love endured in this book. I wish to read more about John's sister's and brother one more book please Tiana Laveen.


    • I Need A Sequel!!Interesting story, but I feel like there is more to it I really need a sequel for closure. I want to know if Mary, Jonah and Sarah were able to tell Master Stewart how they felt to be abandon. Did Hannah and John jr. have more children? There are so many questions I need answers to, but I still enjoyed the story immensely.



    • I am rating this book on the good side of 3 stars. technically its a 3.5. This is one of Tiana's earlier works. I remember seeing this book a few years ago and she spoke about her research on writing the book.Honestly, I am not sure how to really feel about this book. For many slaves, slavery was very harsh but then I learned that some slave owners had made sure that their slaves were clothed and fed and treated them with the some dignity. After all, these humans had to work hard for them and th [...]


    • This story was heartfelt from the start. Hannah and John knew they belonged together since they were kids but their love was absolutely forbidden. I was surprised how John immediately fought for Hannah even though she was a slave. He even refused to let anyone bad mouth her and he never downplayed his feelings for her at any time. Their secret moments were so sweet and their struggle was so heartwarming. There were a lot of gut-wrenching moments that made me love this story so much. This is a bo [...]


    • I really enjoyed this book. Yes I have read many books about slavery, but this one captured my heart. I admired John's character. He was willing to lose everything for love. Unlike his father, John didn't care about upholding an image. I also liked the character of Hannah. Even though, she was a slave she was feisty, talented, could read and write, and sing. John Sr. tried everything in his power to keep John Jr. and Hannah apart even though he was in love with a slave him self. Thank you Tiana [...]


    • Surprisingly good. It is a very unconventional love story that makes me think of Georgie's Beau another book like this that I like. It presented factual parts of slavery like how black and white children were often raised and nursed together etc. and put a unique slant on the rest of the secret free blacks and former slaves and white owners/former owner relationships. I enjoyed how both sides of slavery and this romance were written. I do not want to give to much of the plot away but it started [...]


    • Loved this story!! This had all the things i look for in a great book. It makes you think, stirs your emotions and leaves you wanting more and this book had all that and then some. Ms Laveen you need to finish this story because that was not the end.


    • A True Love Story!! I loved this book. It's a true testament that love conquers all. John was able to build a life with Hannah & not fall into the same mistakes that his father made. There are no color barriers with Love!!



    • Obviously this story is a bit problematic considering the whole slave/ master relationship. However, I let go of that as the story went on. This story is extremely drawn out. Once once plot line ends another pops up and the story continues. It gets a bit ridiculous. So it's not terrible, but it's not a great love story either.


    • Beautiful love story Having more than my fair share of historical romance from author Beverly Jenkins. I jumped at the opportunity to find more authors willing to take on the particular genre and subject matter They were times I loved John and other times I was disappointed in him I felt like he should have fought harder and made his own his decisions early on with regards to that sham of a marriage . But he more than made up for it Your heart hurts and breaks for Hannah and her mom Mary when ot [...]


    • Liked it a lot, but didn't like the ending. It drew the focused from the love story of Hannah and John and instead the focus was suddenly turned onto Master Stewart's lost children, which by the way was introduced way too late in the book. I think the book should have ended when the conflicts were resolved between John and his father and Hannah and John's life story was complete in a way. Why did the author feel the need to then introduce other children is confusing too me. Good book from start [...]


    • Long winded and inconsistent.Started out interesting; however, it got a bit inconsistent and tedious. The growth of Hannah was inconsistent in that she was unable to appreciate her husband taking care of problem of finding her son in a time that a person of color would be killed or lynched or having their marriage invalidated. The character behaved as though that aspect of life was beyond her understanding? Really? The author tends to get preach, even if what is being said is legitimate, makes t [...]


    • This is a different read for me. A historical interracial romance between a slave master's son and a slave? The premise was intriguing. The main theme of the book was good. The prose-y speech-like way the author had her character's talk some time lowered the effectiveness of the story. Also at times it read like a bad soap opera and a bit juvenile. No one talks like that and I'm sure they didn't in 1863. But I did like John and Hannah.


    • I have to say that I was very disappointed with this book. I liked that John and Hannah ended up together and he did whatever it took to be with her but did he have to make a speech every time he opened his mouth? I didn't like the way it ended. I felt like there should have been more to the story. I wouldn't read it again and I wouldn't recommend it. I want my money back.


    • I needed more from the ending.Not like to tiana to leave us with a storyline not neatly wrapped up. I wanted to see the meeting between the master and the mulatto children on his death bed. There is so much more story. I k ow it's been a couple of years but maybe Hannah and John will speak to tiana again. I just know that lil jealous Sarah stole Hannah doll phoebe


    • I was really enjoying the book until it got to the end, it seemed like the h/h were totally forgotten and the focus was on John's father. Good book but the ending had issues.


    • I liked the way it started. There were things to learn about slavery and the way it was. But I'm disappointed with the way the story was handled after half of the book was over.


    • I was enjoying this book until the end I didn't get it at all maybe if someone explain it to me cause I end up a little confused.



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