Blue Jeans by Tuesday Morrigan

New Concepts Publishing

Contemporary, Interracial

ISBN: 978-1-60394-129-7

Reviewed by Nellie



Jackson Phillips stood nervously at Sinclair’s door wondering who the leading man was in Sinclair’s writing, and hoping he could be the man to fulfill her every desire.  The man, who inspired the most erotic creations in Sinclair James’s stories was standing right at her door like an offering by the gods. In his hands was the most intimate writings she could dare not publish.

Their tête-à-tête led to Jackson and Sinclair coming together, as their fantasies were surpassed as they fulfilled their craving for each other.

Can the beginning of their tentative relationship withstand the wrath of a dead father or a mother who wants to protect her comfort and position in society by foisting a fiancé with breeding for her son?

 The first page of Blue Jeans was ominous and packed with foreboding that just warns you to brace yourself. The next few pages I was so confused and got lost in the different scenarios and characters. When I finally got caught up it was smooth sailing and I enjoyed the emotional roller coaster ride.


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