Nearly all kinetic treatments of fast wave minority heating of inhomogeneous plasma in the cyclotron range of frequencies assume the magnetic field varies in the direction perpendicular to the magnetic field. However, the toroidal magnetic field of a tokamak varies along a field line due to the rotational transform and causes a small number of trapped particles to turn in the region of cyclotron resonance. In order to include the effects of rotational transform and, hence, trapped particles in the kinetic plasma response, a simplified, concentric circle flux surface model of a tokamak is employed. The most important result of this work is the derivation of response functions for Maxwellian and bi-Maxwellian minority ions which generalize and extend previous replacement 2 function forms obtained from a slab approximation of a tokamak (which also retains the variation of the strength of the magnetic field along a field line). The plasma response functions obtained include both passing and trapped ions, off-axis heating, and are valid for arbitrary minority ion concentrations. The response function for a bi-Maxwellian in the case of strong anisotropy substantially modifies the Maxwellian result. Anisotropy and the effects of toroidal geometry are illustrated graphically and tend to enter at higher toroidal mode numbers. For minority concentrations of the order or less than a critical value, the plasma response functions are used to obtain the standard transmission coefficient previously obtained for straight magnetic-field models.