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Tall, Dark... Westmoreland!

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

One word...REGGIE!!

I loved this book. It is nothing like the books by Rochelle Alers which I have read and own. The only similarities were politics. This is a great story that I thoroughly enjoyed. The chemistry between "Jack Spratt" and "Wonder Woman" had the pages burning my fingers as...
I loved this book. It is nothing like the books by Rochelle Alers which I have read and own. The only similarities were politics. This is a great story that I thoroughly enjoyed. The chemistry between "Jack Spratt" and "Wonder Woman" had the pages burning my fingers as I read. It had everything a romance book calls for and more. Definitely a keeper for the romance lover.

posted by ReadinDiva on March 7, 2009

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1 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

political incorrect

Tall Dark Westermoreland was a deeply passionate novel with a few problematic situations but I defiantly felt a little passion in the book, which was missing.

Olivia Jefferies finds herself being called home to be her father's escort to political dinners while he att...
Tall Dark Westermoreland was a deeply passionate novel with a few problematic situations but I defiantly felt a little passion in the book, which was missing.

Olivia Jefferies finds herself being called home to be her father's escort to political dinners while he attempts to gain more support from his peers for their votes. But when she goes to a masquerade ball in her father's place she finds herself reacting to a man who she doesn't know but she knows that she wants him in the most intimate way. Reggie Westermoreland is running for office and knows all of his time should be devoted on the election but when he meets his masked female friend; her lips entrap him and want to explore her body more. When Jack Sprat & Wonder Woman (Olivia & Reggie's names for the masquerade ball) get together they find their selves involved in an intense affairs however neither realizes how close their paths will cross.

Olivia is beside herself when she realizes that Jack Sprat is Reggie Westermoreland especially since her father is running against him and considers him the enemy. When Reggie realizes who his Wonder Woman is he is determined to have her as his because he has fallen or her within a matter of minutes. Olivia & Reggie find their selves in a world win affair that has its ups & downs but blossoms with passion & hope.

Brenda Jackson writes a book that many would considered a politically incorrect number as well as it has a future culture incorrect pieces but I felt a small amount of Brenda Jackson in that piece but I also felt a little Rochelle Alers well maybe more Rochelle Alers.

NOTE: Mrs. Jackson review score has greatly been affected by the fact that one of her climaxes in the book are a direct repeat of Rochelle Alers Just Before Dawn & Private Passions from the Hideaway series. Creditably is now a big question for me.

posted by bluewarrior1920 on March 5, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2012

    highly recommend

    another great story about the westmoreland family.

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  • Posted March 29, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    ok...but not all that.

    i probably would not recommend this book to anyone...a good story line that could have been so much more...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2009

    What I enjoyed about the book.

    I enjoyed the read, but it wasn't very exciting to read at first because the characters were new to me, until I collected the books on the other brothers/cousins family members and started to learn about the family.  Reading contuining family afair books are exciting because its easy for a reader to find a similar character in his or her everyday existance.

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