Review: Jenny’s Blue Velvet 9

Jenny's Blue Velvet CoverTitle: Jenny’s Blue Velvet
Author: Angela Carlie
Genre: Romantic Thriller

Jenny’s stuck.

She’s tried just about every occupation she can think of and will be digging out of student debt for a very long time, but has nothing to show for it. Her everyday routine feels like a prison. And her marriage? Well, let’s just say it’s been a little one-sided lately and the money she threw down on the toys from Lover’s Erotic Store was well worth it and then some.

Jenny decides her next big step is to become a romance writer. Romance books are flying off the virtual shelves, after all. This will be her big break, her escape from the prison, and a way to freedom. Self-publishing is all the rage these days. She’ll be a best seller in no time.

When Jenny makes friends with a woman named Cassandra from the gym, she instantly decides that her new friend will make a perfect main character in her upcoming book. After the first chapter, real life begins to resemble the fiction she’s writing. Her friendship blossoms, sex with her husband turns into a daily feast, and her job gets more interesting with each chapter written.

Out of the blue, a person who is a close friend with her husband and who is dating Cassandra disappears. As the mystery behind the missing person unfolds, Jenny wonders if she might be responsible for his possible death. And if she is, what will be the consequence? What has this writing business gotten her into?

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Book Reviews By RatingMy Review:

Jenny’s Blue Velvet was an interesting read. The first half was an okay read. I read through it quite fast. The second half was far better, though. The twists and turns were so unexpected that I had to reread some parts just to make sure I was reading it right and my mind wasn’t playing tricks on me. It was refreshingly unexpected and I was truly shocked.

The book was told through Jenny’s eyes and although the characters weren’t all that memorable but it was developed enough to make the plot twist work. I found Jenny and Jason’s relationship to be interesting. I was wondering throughout the book if their marriage will make it or not.

The author did an awesome job keeping me guessing the whole time and when she delivered the biggest twist of all, it was awesome and I couldn’t put the book down at all. It was definitely a page-turner.

Jenny’s Blue Velvet was heart-breaking, mysterious, and thrilling. It was a very interesting read and I enjoyed it a lot. It was better than what I expected and was one of the strangest books I’ve read in a long time. You will be thinking about it for a few days, if not weeks, after reading it. If you’re looking for an exciting, interesting, strange, and thrilling book with unexpected twists and turns, Jenny’s Blue Velvet will not disappoint you.

 

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Books and Bindings was given a review copy of Jenny’s BlueVelvet by Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. This did not influence or alter the thoughts and opinions of this review in any way.

 

Discussion Questions:

  1. How do you feel about my review? Do you agree or disagree with it? Would you read it, if you haven’t yet, basing from the review?
  2. What did you think of the book? How would you rate it from scale 1 to 5 (5 being the highest).
  3. How do you feel about the main characters? Did you like them, hate them, relate to them?
  4. Would you recommend it to others?
  5. What other books would you recommend I read that’s similar to this one?

 

9 thoughts on “Review: Jenny’s Blue Velvet

  1. Reply Xpresso Reads (@Giselleco) Sep 11,2013 12:00 pm

    Great review! This sounds so different and I love it when a book is honestly unpredictable!

    • Reply Andrea K. Sep 12,2013 11:58 am

      Thank you! I was very surprised when I read the book. It’s a really nice change from the usual and I was really lucky to have been a part of the tour. 🙂

  2. Reply Nikki Flannery Sep 12,2013 1:50 pm

    Nice read on the review. Thank you for sharing it

  3. Reply Mary Lowery Sep 12,2013 1:55 pm

    I like your review. …I would read it

  4. Reply Shellie Hedge Sep 12,2013 2:16 pm

    This book sounds wonderful. I really want to read it

  5. Reply Amanda Ray Sep 12,2013 2:58 pm

    Great review! From the synopsis and your review, I’d love to read this!

  6. Reply Donna Harms Sep 12,2013 6:14 pm

    Sounds like a great book!

  7. Reply Pam DuVall Sep 12,2013 10:16 pm

    Great review! Always want to read new books!

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