Sweet Jazz

<Ebook> ➨ Sweet Jazz  Author Ursula Renee – Johndore.co.uk
  • ebook
  • 410 pages
  • Sweet Jazz
  • Ursula Renee
  • English
  • 03 November 2018

About the Author: Ursula Renee

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Sweet Jazz The Big House S Coloreds Only Policy Makes The Club Popular With Harlem Residents The Same Policy Makes It Harder For The Owners To Find And Retain Musicians After Four Weeks Of Listening To Saxophonists With Bigger Dreams Than Talent, The Owners Are Ready To Hire The First Person Who Walks In And Plays One Good Note Their Words Come Back To Haunt Them When Randy Jones Auditions.Many Of The Employees Are Not Thrilled When Randy Breaks The Color Barrier He Does Find An Ally In Cass, The Club S Sassy Singer, Who Goes Out Of Her Way To Welcome Him Offstage, Cass Porter Looks Like A Teenager, But When She Sings She S All Woman Inside, She S Been Hurt Badly And Has Determined Never To Love Again.As Their Relationship Develops, Life At The Club For Randy Becomes Complicated When He Has To Fight Both Cass S Fear Of Opening Her Heart And Those Who Want To Keep Them Apart.

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10 thoughts on “Sweet Jazz

  1. Wanda says:

    Does standing ovation cover it The story was sweet, and the dialog was hilarious I loved it

  2. Patty says:

    An interracial romance set in Harlem in the 1930s Cass is the singer at a coloreds only club, The Big House when weeks of auditions have failed to find a single saxophone player to fill a hole in the club s band, the owner vows to hire the next person who knows how to play This turns out to be Randy, a white man who s new in town Cass stands up for Randy when many of the club s employees and customers resent his hiring, and they develop a slow friendship that eventually turns into love, de An interracial romance set in Harlem in the 1930s Cass is the singer at a coloreds only club, The Big House when weeks of auditions have failed to find a single saxophone player to fill a hole in the club s band, the owner vows to hire the next person who knows how to play This turns out to be Randy, a white man who s new in town Cass stands up for Randy when many of the club s employees and customers resent his hiring, and they develop a slow friendship that eventually turns into love, despite Cass s reluctance to enter into a relationship after a life of bad experiences This, of course, leads to evenresentment, which they have to face together.I was initially reluctant about the premise it seems an iffy choice to write a interracial romance in...

  3. Harper Miller says:

    3.5 for me Good story, good execution, but was just a little too long I felt that a lot of filler dialogue could ve been cut Enjoyable read nonetheless

  4. Isa Jallow says:

    Love this storyThis is the first book I ve read by this author and I really enjoyed it I love how the characters started out as work associates, friends then lovers The readers get a chance to know the char...

  5. Shannan Harper says:

    Jazz Saxophone play Randy Jones has done one thing no one else has been able to do in 1930 s Harlem And that is to be able to audition and play for a club called The Big House Why is this out of character It s because the Club has a Colored Only policy, and Randy happens to be White While auditioning, only one person seems to stick up for him, Club singer Cass Porter Not only does Randy break the color barrier at the club, but he also seems to have found a place in Cass s heart much to the Jazz Saxophone play Randy Jones has done one thing no one else has been able to do in 1930 s Harlem And that is to be able to audition and play for a club called The Big House Why is this out of character It s because the Club has a Colored Only policy, and Randy happens to be White While auditioning, only one person seems to sti...

  6. InD& says:

    3.5 5.0 Sweet Jazz revisits an era when Jazz was popular The acceptance of this art music didn t dismantle color barriers.Read full review in the 2015 February issue of InD tale Magazine.