A Book In Review.

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Brief Summary:

When Desiree Washington ventures into the darkly glittering world of legendary singer Bebe Jones, she gets more than just a job. She gets a family in crisis, a diva meltdown, and a head full of stitches…
The Unraveling of Bebe Jones revolves around the rich and famous Jones family and the people who work for them as they cope through an array of personal dramas. The story begins at the height of the Global Financial Crisis, when 23-year-old Desiree Washington lands a job with her idol, legendary R&B singer Bebe Jones. Desiree quickly discovers that the outwardly perfect Bebe is in fact a troubled and lonely diva reeling from a career in decline and a marriage in tatters, and that behind all the money, glamor and fame, there are skeletons in the family closet. Throughout all of this Desiree seeks support from her best friend Sean Minton, an aspiring music producer who hails from the insulated world of New York’s black elite burdened with secrets of his own. Rounding out the cast are Bebe’s husband, Magnus Chadwick, a British hedge fund manager who cares more about money than family; her disgruntled household staff — all with strange ties to Bebe; and her children, brave casualties of their mother’s nightmare.

Review:

I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I was so excited to get caught up into Bebe’s world and couldn’t wait to find out how she’d figure everything out. I was intrigued by Sean and Desiree’s stories too, but Bebe’s struggling career and personal life really caught my eye. Everyone loves a good comeback story. I really enjoyed getting caught up in the world of the rich and very famous, I felt like I was rubbing elbows with Hollywood’s elite. I recommend this book 3 star book to anyone who likes a good solid story with twist and turns and a few skeletons in the closet along the way, xo!

 

Author Bio:
Rojé Augustin (pronounced ro-jhay) has more than fifteen years experience in television production.  Born and raised in New York, Rojé began her career at the New York Daily News, where she wrote for the lifestyle publication BET Weekend Magazine.  She then moved to television, first at CBS New Productions where she cut her teeth on hour-long documentaries, then to 20/20 with Barbara Walters and John Stossel, Primetime with Diane Sawyer, and Good Morning America Weekend Edition as a writer and producer for ABC.  She has also produced for The Tyra Banks Show and E!  In the summer of 2006, Rojé moved with her husband and two daughters to London where she began work on her debut novel The Unraveling of Bebe Jones.   Rojé also established Breaknight Films shortly after her move to Sydney in 2009 to develop and produce television series.  Rojé has lived and studied in both Paris and London and she is an honors graduate of Columbia University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature & Writing.

Connect with Roje!
Website: rojeaugustin.com

Blog: onewomansmeat.wordpress.com

Facebook page:facebook.com/rojesbook

Twitter: @rojeaugustin

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