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About the Author
- ASIN : B005DY1AI4
- Publisher : Pink Cashmere Publishing LLC (July 21, 2011)
- Publication date : July 21, 2011
- Language : English
- File size : 413 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 233 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,233,634 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Adrienne Thompson's Bluesday was an inspiring read with a good dose of reality. The author was successful in highlighting the true meaning of faith and redemption when it comes to life and love. I love how it highlights the struggles that celebrities can experience behind the scenes, denoting that no one is exempt from struggles. Ms. Thompson did a wonderful job illustrating the various phases of the journey Bobbie traveled in order to face her demons, as well as how not addressing your problems can cause further damage. I would recommend this title to all readers. I am also looking forward to reading Thompson's Been So Long.
Bobbie begins to go down a path of self-destruction and before she hits rock bottom she returns home to Arkansas. While at home, Bobbie must begin to put her life back together as she has no money, still has no idea where her husband is located, and then she runs into Reggie, who is the first love of her life. Bobbie must now not only face her present struggles she must conquer past demons so she will be able to move forward with her life.
Adrienne Thompson has written a fresh story and concept in Bluesday. It was so refreshing to read because as a reader I could feel the different emotions and it felt as if I could feel Bobbie's pain, betrayal, sadness, frustration, and then her happiness. I stopped short of giving Bluesday a 5-star rating because I personally did not care for the nickname Clyde had for Bobbie and the word "champagne" was repeatedly misspelled.
Overall, I would recommend this book to others. And, I look forward to reading the sequel, Lovely Blues.
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There are a few things that I didn't like so much though:
I wasn't sure where the last minute agreement between Clyde and Bobbie came from, or even why they did that. Something seemed to be missing - especially when she snuck away to ask Reggie if he'd wait.
I didn't like Reggie's long term disappearance, and that he seemed surprised to find out the Bobbie who came to the house was "that" Bobbie. And how he treated her (or didn't treat her) in the presence of Caprice.
Those two things didn't work so well for me. At any rate - this is a great read by a great author. I've also read Been So Long which was FANTASTIC, and I look forward to reading When You've Been Blessed...: "Feels Like Heaven" .
Thanks Adrienne for your great works.
I loved Blues day and I am totally invested in Bobbie and Reggie's story.
Good marketing move by making Book 1 a freebie. Now, I am sure I will be buying every book in the series. Don't let me down.
Bluesday was a great read! I am happy to discover still another author who is new to me, who has an impressive body of work already. Sign me up for your fan club. I am sure we will be friends.
One of the best romance books I read.
I really liked the characters and can picture the characters as I read the story.
The story line fits the title perfectly.
Bluesday is also a story of healing and overcoming tribulations
such as alcoholism, bitterness and guilt.
The dialogue is engaging and well written .
Top reviews from other countries
Outstanding book. I am a very happy reader right now.