Love and Song and Dance by Jevon L. MackBy Teresa Beasley • Nov 12th, 2012 • Category: Book Review 2012 • Email This Post • Print This Post
Ja’Quan Jones returns to Atlanta after leaving Scarred Entertainment, which he helped build. Ja’Quan changes his career all together in Love, Song and Dance by Jevon L. Mack. Ja’Quan finds new employment at Kore-Tech, a manufacturing company, where he is quickly promoted into an executive position. Ja’Quan is thrilled about his advancement but some of the staff are not and Ja’Quan finds himself being put to the test. Ja’Quan has always kept his heart on lock and key after loosing the love of his life. When Ja’Quan finally decides to let his guard down, will it be worth it?
Love, Song & Dance details the main character’s past relationships and his attempt at building new ones. This book was a slow read for me that had unnecessary descriptions. It was hard to pick up the story’s timeframe and some of the characters were unrelatable. I believe with developmental editing this can be a better book.
I received this book from the author for review purposes.
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APOOO RATING: 2.5
Teresa Beasley is an aspiring writer from Indianapolis, Indiana by way of Evansville, Indiana. She has been an avid reader since the age of ten years old. Her passion for reading became a form of therapy, which helps relax her in times of trouble. She is a wife and mother of three sons. She currently works in the medical field, while pursuing her writing career. She reviews books because of her love and joy of reading, but also because she wants to share with others the meaning of a good book.
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