Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Review: Ingenue by Jillian Larkin

Ingenue (Flappers, #2)Ingenue by Jillian Larkin
Released August 9th, 2011
Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Hardcover, 351 pages

Jillian Larking takes us back into the second in the installment of her Flappers series with the question, "How much can we take in the name of love?"
All of our characters are back from the last book, Vixen and now their story is getting deeper.
As the stress of Gloria and Jerome are still on the run and their future is not looking too bright as the Mob is still high on their tail as well as a recent foe Lorraine.
Clara begins to find her voice in a juicy magazine while moving farther from the strength of Marcus and Vera soon finds her own part woven into this story more and more.

The details get richer in Ingenue and the stakes are becoming higher. Is love enough when you want to achieve your goals? Who will be sacrificed and saved in Ingenue.

Jillian Larkin has created an epic historical masterpiece with this series that bring us back into the times of loose inhibition and the rise of stardom can becoming in the flash of a skirt and the cut of a hair.
Get ready for more action, adventure, and heartache in Ingenue released this August.

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