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Diary of a Blues Goddess Red Dress Ink No 21

Gure out the affairs of her heart Does she remain in the comfortable relationship she’s found with Jack Does she run off with the love of her life a man from her past with a roguish reputation Or strike out on her own She thinks she has it all figured out but the ghosts of the past have a way of intruding on the prese Given all of its uirky elements I felt like this book should be less conventional than it was It was fun and the characters were interesting but sometimes they seemed like parodies of themselves Not a bad read by any means but it could have been greater than the sum of its parts and it wasn t

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A diary from a lifetime ago A ghost from the past And an infatuation long forgottenWedding singer Georgia Ray Miller dreams of becoming a “blues goddess” but her own doubts keep getting in the way Besides she’s got enough to keep her occupied living in a huge haunted former brothel with her hippie grandmother her This story hooked me from the first line I gave to my sister as a present only after I finished reading it myself It was a fast and entertaining story that kept me entertained from start to finish

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Surrogate boyfriend Jack and the Big Easy’s most infamous drag ueen Still she can’t help being mesmerized by stories from an old blues pianist When she discovers a diary from a long lost aunt she finds out the blues is truly in her bloodBut before Georgia gathers the courage to sing the Delta blues she must first fi A novel about believing in yourself taking chances and finding true love Georgia is a wonderful character who learns what she wants goes out to get it and leaves the reader smiling

  • Paperback
  • 304
  • Diary of a Blues Goddess Red Dress Ink No 21
  • Erica Orloff
  • English
  • 14 January 2019
  • 9780373250325

About the Author: Erica Orloff

Erica Orloff is a native New Yorker novelist blogger mother of four chronic insomniac alt rock loving voracious reader and prolific writer who has written over twenty novels across a number of genres and pen names She currently lives in Virginia where she rarely sleeps roots for the Yankees and the NY Giants knits in her almost never free time herds worms with her six year old Pirate



10 thoughts on “Diary of a Blues Goddess Red Dress Ink No 21

  1. says:

    I first read this book when I was 8 before someone considers calling CPS I found it when it got misshelved at the bookstore and nobody bothered to check my reading material I was not given this by a pervy relative I didn't understan

  2. says:

    This story hooked me from the first line I gave to my sister as a present only after I finished reading it myself It was a fast and entertaining story that kept me entertained from start to finish

  3. says:

    Picked this up in the 12 price bin at Food Lion Loving it already set in New Orleans drag ueens and musicianslooks fun so far

  4. says:

    This was an excellent book with a blues y look at New Orleans

  5. says:

    A novel about believing in yourself taking chances and finding true love Georgia is a wonderful character who learns what she wants goes out to get it and leaves the reader smiling

  6. says:

    My younger self must have really liked this book It was one of those books that lives on your shelf and you've read than onceMy slight

  7. says:

    Musicians drag ueens a haunted former brothel an old secret diary all set in New Orleans Georgia is a wedding singer who really wants to sing

  8. says:

    It's been a while since I read this one I LOVED the Red Dress Ink series and was sad when they stopped the line This book i

  9. says:

    Given all of its uirky elements I felt like this book should be less conventional than it was It was fun and the characters were interesting but sometimes they seemed like parodies of themselves Not a bad read by any means but it could have been greater than the sum of its parts and it wasn't

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book I think it's relaxing something to read when you want to have fun without being too con

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