After the disappointment I felt with Ms. Wright's first book, Blush, I thought the second book would surely be an improvement. Sad to say, the same mistakes made in the first were made in the second. Rehashed dialogue and repeats of same scenes were in this too. It is as if it wasn't properly edited. Hearing Jenna, the lead characted moan and cry throughout the whole book about how she wasn't good enough got real old. Again, a missed opportunity to tell what could have been a great story about the hustle and bustle of the black elite of Washington, DC. I think this author should give up writing romantic fiction or take a few more writing classes.
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Dera R Jones Williams (dwillwrite)
Dera is a writer, editor, genealogist, writing mentor, researcher, and family historian, and she is active in local literary and national literary circles. She is the keeper of family stories, archivist … more
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Without money, social standing, or help, Jenna has worked her way up from a struggling Baltimore family to a position at one of Washington's most prestigious law firms. Now, Jenna is determined to become a judge. There's one obstacle in her way--senior partner Mike Matthews, who can promise her a passion like no other she's ever known.