Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Book Review - Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose

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Twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell is trying to escape her past. She is trying to escape memories of her stepfather, a murder, and the two years she spent in Andrew Mercer Reformatory. Jenny is overjoyed when she is one of the twelve artists, who was invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's prestigious artists' retreat. Determined to win the prize, Jenny tries to focus on her work but, finds herself drawn to Oliver, Tiffany's grandson.

Minx Deering is a carefree socialite, who is a dedicated friend to Jenny. She was always supportive of Jenny. However, a string of suspicious and disturbing events occur that suggests someone knows the truth about Jenny's childhood. Will Jenny be able to trust Minx and Oliver? Will she be able to get to the truth?

I found the novel to be quite an entertaining read. I like reading about the different art techniques each artist employed. I thought the portrayal of Louis and Oliver Tiffany to be marvelous. I found myself jealous that I couldn't be among the group of talented artists to learn and grow with the inspirational Louis C. Tiffany by my side. I thought the book had some plot twists but, I found it a bit slow in some of the parts. However,  it was an enjoyable read and I look forward to reading more books by the author.

**Disclosure - I received a free uncorrected copy of this book in exchange for an honest opinion**


  1. This book cover looks very enchanting. Thanks 4 sharing this book blurb with me.

    1. NP, it's an enjoyable book! I love getting a glimpse of the past, even if it's fictional. Thanks for stopping by, Melissa!