Tall… Dark… Westermoreland

Brenda Jackson

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Politically 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 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.

Published in: on February 15, 2009 at 7:27 am  Comments (15)  

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  1. Something is really wrong with you, don’t you have a life are your serious?

  2. This is so sad, wow



  5. MISSY


  6. Let me break this down for all of you the one or two people that decided to take my name and blow it up. Yeah its Misherald Lenay Brown aka Missy, aka Phenoix, aka Bluewarrior1920, and anyone else you all know me as…. Now that we have gotten that settled let me come step to you as a professional young lady in the literary industry as well as a college educated sister…

    Freedom of Speech…
    Freedom of speech is the freedom to speak freely without censorship or limitation. The synonymous term freedom of expression is sometimes used to denote not only freedom of verbal speech but any act of seeking, receiving and imparting information or ideas, regardless of the medium used. Freedom of speech and freedom of expression are closely related to, yet distinct from, the concept of freedom of thought or freedom of conscience. In practice, the right to freedom of speech is not absolute in any country and the right is commonly subject to limitation, such as on “hate speech.” This is because exercising freedom of speech always take place within a context of competing values.

    Freedom of information
    Freedom of information is an extension of freedom of speech where the medium of expression is the internet. Freedom of information may also refer to the right to privacy in the context of the Internet and information technology. As with the right to freedom of expression, the right to privacy is recognized human right and freedom of information acts as an extension to this right. Freedom of information may also concern censorship in a information technology context. The internet opens new possibilities for exercising freedom of speech. Pseydonymity, data havens, and gripe sites allow free speech by guaranteeing that material can’t be removed.

    Now on to who we are let me guess Brenda wasn’t happy with what happen so she sent her groupies on the internet to say something let me guess Betty, Kimmie, Brenda W, who else if you woman enough step up because I am sorry this isn’t how this is going to go down. Let’s be real I ain’t scared. If you women enough to cut a fool online then lets be real and call names. You all done call mine.

    ~Missy aka Phoenix

  7. your funny like a joke.

  8. your funny

  9. This is funny, I am going to get my popcorn.

  10. your funny


    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.

  12. You know I never been really big on attention but boy I feel like we on the Academy Awards show and you all are hating because I done took home all the rewards oh wait that’s right that was Romance Slam Jam when that happen and all BJ’s readers had attitudes well let your MASTER know YALL DON’T SCARE ME all that’s going to happen is I am going to come harder and stronger and will come at her more often. Can’t wait for the Denver Westmoreland series lets see if she actually took the time to develop a strong plot or does she depend on everyone else back story. SIT DOWN SOMEWHERE YALL BRENDA GOT YALL ACTING STUPID.

    DON’T SAY SHE DOESN’T I HAVE THE PROOF DON’T MAKE ME BLAST HER FOR THOSE WHO KNOW ME Y’ALL KNOW HOW I AM… The way yall acting y’all make a sista think that Brenda lost her contract or something worst got told her books would be looked at a little more thoroughly at turn in time.

  13. FUNNY

  14. Are these creditable responses? or they one of the many personalities of the sites owner?

  15. You tell me you seem to always want to sic your dogs on me.

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