Monday, October 8, 2012

Tabou: Patience-book 1, by Suzanne Stroh

Tabou: Patience, Book 1

Jocelyn Russet and Patience Herrick. Two powerful, British-born American lesbians, fiery heiresses of different generations. Both coming of age at the same time. Are they destined for one another—or starcrossed? Follow their ten-year Odyssey in a sexy romp through the rollicking 1980s and 1990s. Discover how their fate turns on secret histories that bind the Russet and Herrick dynasties in business, politics and espionage. Meet an international cast of supporting characters who must all choose between love and duty in book one of the TABOU quintet.

Price: $2.50 ebook
Pages: 463
Publisher: Publish Green
Release: October 11, 2011
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Suzanne Stroh is a screenwriter and film producer, author of published case studies on family business. She grew up in Michigan where her family brewed Stroh’s beer for five generations. She studied art history at Wellesley College and Newnham College, Cambridge then worked in the New York art world before turning to writing. A mountaineer and field medic, she lives with her family in the Virginia countryside. TABOU is her first novel.
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 SLAVE’s Review:

This book confused me. I have read lots of books, but this book read like it was written by a 'proper' writer. The flow was an over kill of descriptive words to explain what was going on. I managed to push through anyway and found the story to be okay. It didn't thrill my socks off but it wasn't a bad story. Honestly, I think I would have enjoyed it more if I didn't have to push pass all the 'extra' to get to what needed to be said. In short, less would have been more. I give this book 2 1/2 pens.

1 comment:

  1. Carson, thank you for having your reviewer take the time to read and review Suzanne's book.