Tiffany Blues

Tiffany Blues

New York, 1924. Twenty?four?year?old Jenny Bell is one of a dozen burgeoning artists invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany?s prestigious artists? colony. Gifted and determined, Jenny vows to avoid distractions and romantic entanglements and take full advantage of the many wonders to be found at Laurelton Hall. But Jenny?s past has followed her to Long Island. Images of her belov New York, 1924. Twenty?four?year?old Jenny Bell is one of a dozen burgeoning artists invited to Lou...

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Title:Tiffany Blues
Author:M.J. Rose
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Genres:Historical
ISBN:Tiffany Blues: A Novel
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:317 pages pages

Tiffany Blues Reviews

  • Jamie
    May 10, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

    If you like historical fiction, especially the early Twentieth Century, this is a don't miss. ...

    Amazing and gripping. The story twists and turns as you relate to the main character. You feel her heartbreaking past, and cheer her on as she figures life out. ...

    LOVED IT! Loved the characters and the history. Loved the mystery and the detail. Beautifully written. Beautiful art descriptions. This book held my attention to the last word. ...

  • Sue Em
    Aug 29, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

    If you like historical fiction, especially the early Twentieth Century, this is a don't miss. ...

  • Tammy
    Jul 28, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

  • Kaethe
    May 09, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Jul 25, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

  • Elizabeth of Silver's Reviews
    Jul 05, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

  • Jennifer
    Aug 07, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

  • Denise
    Jul 25, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

    If you like historical fiction, especially the early Twentieth Century, this is a don't miss. ...

    Amazing and gripping. The story twists and turns as you relate to the main character. You feel her heartbreaking past, and cheer her on as she figures life out. ...

    LOVED IT! Loved the characters and the history. Loved the mystery and the detail. Beautifully written. Beautiful art descriptions. This book held my attention to the last word. ...

    Have you ever received a gift in the iconic Tiffany Blue box with the white ribbon? Interesting fact: Tiffany Blue, is a trademark color of Tiffany & Co., which bears the same number (1837) on the Pantone Matching System as the year Tiffany & Co. was founded. Author Rose has...

    "...grief is the price we pay for love." Jenny Bell is a gifted artist living in New York City in 1924 when she and her best friend, socialite Minx Deering, are invited to an 8-week course on Long Island at Louis Comfort Tiffany's art colony. Off they go to the beautiful Laurelton H...

  • Reeca Elliott
    Aug 07, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

    If you like historical fiction, especially the early Twentieth Century, this is a don't miss. ...

    Amazing and gripping. The story twists and turns as you relate to the main character. You feel her heartbreaking past, and cheer her on as she figures life out. ...

    LOVED IT! Loved the characters and the history. Loved the mystery and the detail. Beautifully written. Beautiful art descriptions. This book held my attention to the last word. ...

    Have you ever received a gift in the iconic Tiffany Blue box with the white ribbon? Interesting fact: Tiffany Blue, is a trademark color of Tiffany & Co., which bears the same number (1837) on the Pantone Matching System as the year Tiffany & Co. was founded. Author Rose has...

    "...grief is the price we pay for love." Jenny Bell is a gifted artist living in New York City in 1924 when she and her best friend, socialite Minx Deering, are invited to an 8-week course on Long Island at Louis Comfort Tiffany's art colony. Off they go to the beautiful Laurelton H...

    Jenny is a talented artist with a huge secret. She moves to NYC to escape her past. But as you can imagine, her past comes back to haunt her in very unusual ways. Jenny is a complex character. She only paints in monochromatic. She refuses to paint in color. When she is chosen to be an ...

  • imabookmagnet
    Aug 05, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

    If you like historical fiction, especially the early Twentieth Century, this is a don't miss. ...

    Amazing and gripping. The story twists and turns as you relate to the main character. You feel her heartbreaking past, and cheer her on as she figures life out. ...

    LOVED IT! Loved the characters and the history. Loved the mystery and the detail. Beautifully written. Beautiful art descriptions. This book held my attention to the last word. ...

    Have you ever received a gift in the iconic Tiffany Blue box with the white ribbon? Interesting fact: Tiffany Blue, is a trademark color of Tiffany & Co., which bears the same number (1837) on the Pantone Matching System as the year Tiffany & Co. was founded. Author Rose has...

    "...grief is the price we pay for love." Jenny Bell is a gifted artist living in New York City in 1924 when she and her best friend, socialite Minx Deering, are invited to an 8-week course on Long Island at Louis Comfort Tiffany's art colony. Off they go to the beautiful Laurelton H...

    Jenny is a talented artist with a huge secret. She moves to NYC to escape her past. But as you can imagine, her past comes back to haunt her in very unusual ways. Jenny is a complex character. She only paints in monochromatic. She refuses to paint in color. When she is chosen to be an ...

    This book really ended up annoying me and I wonder if it would have worked better had I tried to read it instead of listening to the audio version. I'm so over barely competent heroines and yes, I'm well aware Jenny had a traumatic past but by the halfway point I was ready to smack her...

    This book's gorgeous cover is a clue to the beautiful storytelling within. This was a glorious work of historical fiction that contained so many elements that came perfectly together, including some mystery, romance, intrigue, and a hint of the supernatural. Told from the perspective ...

    I felt this book was beautifully written. I loved the characters, they felt real to me. BUT if it was meant to be suspenseful it failed ...

  • Diane S ☔
    Sep 03, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

  • The Lit Bitch
    Aug 16, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

  • Bam
    Aug 09, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

  • Reading.Between.Wines
    Aug 06, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

  • Sharlene
    Aug 06, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

  • Dianne
    Jun 29, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

  • Susan Peterson
    Aug 02, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

  • Dawn Wells
    Jun 21, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

  • Kate Vocke
    Aug 06, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

  • Shelby Brigham
    May 12, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

    If you like historical fiction, especially the early Twentieth Century, this is a don't miss. ...

    Amazing and gripping. The story twists and turns as you relate to the main character. You feel her heartbreaking past, and cheer her on as she figures life out. ...

  • SuperWendy
    Sep 11, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

    If you like historical fiction, especially the early Twentieth Century, this is a don't miss. ...

    Amazing and gripping. The story twists and turns as you relate to the main character. You feel her heartbreaking past, and cheer her on as she figures life out. ...

    LOVED IT! Loved the characters and the history. Loved the mystery and the detail. Beautifully written. Beautiful art descriptions. This book held my attention to the last word. ...

    Have you ever received a gift in the iconic Tiffany Blue box with the white ribbon? Interesting fact: Tiffany Blue, is a trademark color of Tiffany & Co., which bears the same number (1837) on the Pantone Matching System as the year Tiffany & Co. was founded. Author Rose has...

    "...grief is the price we pay for love." Jenny Bell is a gifted artist living in New York City in 1924 when she and her best friend, socialite Minx Deering, are invited to an 8-week course on Long Island at Louis Comfort Tiffany's art colony. Off they go to the beautiful Laurelton H...

    Jenny is a talented artist with a huge secret. She moves to NYC to escape her past. But as you can imagine, her past comes back to haunt her in very unusual ways. Jenny is a complex character. She only paints in monochromatic. She refuses to paint in color. When she is chosen to be an ...

    This book really ended up annoying me and I wonder if it would have worked better had I tried to read it instead of listening to the audio version. I'm so over barely competent heroines and yes, I'm well aware Jenny had a traumatic past but by the halfway point I was ready to smack her...

  • Lisa Jablonsky
    Jun 11, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

  • Dorie  - Traveling Sister :)
    Jul 23, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

  • DJ Sakata
    Aug 19, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

  • Paige
    Jul 28, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

    If you like historical fiction, especially the early Twentieth Century, this is a don't miss. ...

    Amazing and gripping. The story twists and turns as you relate to the main character. You feel her heartbreaking past, and cheer her on as she figures life out. ...

    LOVED IT! Loved the characters and the history. Loved the mystery and the detail. Beautifully written. Beautiful art descriptions. This book held my attention to the last word. ...

    Have you ever received a gift in the iconic Tiffany Blue box with the white ribbon? Interesting fact: Tiffany Blue, is a trademark color of Tiffany & Co., which bears the same number (1837) on the Pantone Matching System as the year Tiffany & Co. was founded. Author Rose has...

    "...grief is the price we pay for love." Jenny Bell is a gifted artist living in New York City in 1924 when she and her best friend, socialite Minx Deering, are invited to an 8-week course on Long Island at Louis Comfort Tiffany's art colony. Off they go to the beautiful Laurelton H...

    Jenny is a talented artist with a huge secret. She moves to NYC to escape her past. But as you can imagine, her past comes back to haunt her in very unusual ways. Jenny is a complex character. She only paints in monochromatic. She refuses to paint in color. When she is chosen to be an ...

    This book really ended up annoying me and I wonder if it would have worked better had I tried to read it instead of listening to the audio version. I'm so over barely competent heroines and yes, I'm well aware Jenny had a traumatic past but by the halfway point I was ready to smack her...

    This book's gorgeous cover is a clue to the beautiful storytelling within. This was a glorious work of historical fiction that contained so many elements that came perfectly together, including some mystery, romance, intrigue, and a hint of the supernatural. Told from the perspective ...

  • Janelle
    Aug 06, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

  • Stephanie
    Aug 20, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

  • Jena Henry
    May 04, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...

    Love Love Love this Book!!! Tiffany Blues is captivating, mysterious, romantic, and magical! I am SO glad I gave this book a chance. I know we aren't supposed to but I ALWAYS judge books by their covers, not that this books cover isn't beautiful (in fact the inside covers look like Tif...

    *3.5 stars rounded up. Jennifer Bell comes to New York City in the midst of the Roaring 20s hoping for a fresh start, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and leave the secrets of her past behind. While taking classes at the Art Students League of New York, she meets Millicent...

    A very vivid look at the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Laurelton Hall told through the story of two young women from very different worlds that convene there for his artist colony. Through the beautiful writing of MJ Rose you will feel as if you are part of that time, the gl...

    M.J. Rose?s Tiffany Blues is a beautifully written work of art! Set in the Jazz Age, this is the story of Jenny and her quest to be successful in the art world while coming to grips with her past. The descriptions of the colors and scenery were so vivid that I felt as if I were there...

    This is a beautiful book, it is written very descriptive and makes you feel and see the art. In many ways although it?s a mystery it could also be an artist canvas. ...

    So excited a copy is on its way! Looks like just the thing to start summer with: I've loved every MJ book I've read. *** Copy is here! I know what I am starting next. ...

    Jenny Bell has run away from a dark past in Hamilton, Ontario and has found her way to New York with a new name, new look and a continuing dream to be an artist. Now, in 1924 Jenny's magnificent studies in black, white and grays in an attempt to capture light have won her a coveted spo...

    Tiffany Blues is a wondrous blend of historical fiction, romance, and mystery. This book transports readers to the 1920?s, to a world filled with beauty, young love, and deeply-guarded secrets. The characters in this book leap off the pages as we are brought into their world. Jenny B...

    If you like historical fiction, especially the early Twentieth Century, this is a don't miss. ...

    Amazing and gripping. The story twists and turns as you relate to the main character. You feel her heartbreaking past, and cheer her on as she figures life out. ...

    LOVED IT! Loved the characters and the history. Loved the mystery and the detail. Beautifully written. Beautiful art descriptions. This book held my attention to the last word. ...

    Have you ever received a gift in the iconic Tiffany Blue box with the white ribbon? Interesting fact: Tiffany Blue, is a trademark color of Tiffany & Co., which bears the same number (1837) on the Pantone Matching System as the year Tiffany & Co. was founded. Author Rose has...

  • Katie B
    Jul 27, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

  • MaryBeth's Bookshelf
    Aug 08, 2018

    3.5 Lush, beautiful colors everywhere Jenny looked. The light shining ng through stained glass, beautiful flowers, verdant green woods, the peacocks and the water fountains, everywhere one looked at Laurelton, there was beauty. The estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an estate he opens fo...

    *NOW AVAILABLE* We?ve all felt this way at some time I believe -- I wanted to love this book but it was just an o.k. read for me. The main plot of this story takes place on the grounds of Mr. Tiffany?s Laurelton Hall. This was first a residence for Mr. Tiffany and then lat...

    ??? Tiffany Blues is my least favorite M.J. Rose novel to date but it's still well worth the read. Although historical fiction, it is based on the nonfiction Louis Comfort Tiffany and his prestigious artist colony that was housed at his New York estate: Laurelton Hall in the ear...

    Favorite Quotes: I tried to make my voice light. My mother once told me I had a silver voice that tarnished when I wasn?t giving her the whole truth. I?ve just always viewed marriage as a job, and it?s not the job I want for myself in the foreseeable future. I felt as if...

    What had happened in Jenny?s past that kept haunting her and kept her shrinking into the background instead of taking all that New York could offer her? Was it bad enough to have to sidestep questions about it and fear that others were looking into her past? Jenny moved t...

    Even though I don't have a creative bone in my body, every once in awhile I end up reading a book that takes place in the art world. This particular historical fiction book is centered on Jenny Bell who is one of twelve artists invited to a prestigious artists' colony in the 1920s. Lau...

    ???? / 5 Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose literally broke my heart and put it back together again. What it's about: It is New York in the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing, it's the Jazz Age, and Louis Comfort Tiffany has created an artists colony at his Laurelton Hall estate...

    Fall into the atmosphere created that speaks of the early twentieth century. Although at first blush, it appears to be a more innocent time, it was anything but for young Jenny. It?s now 1924 and Jenny has escaped her dark past, the pain, the lies, the murder, the debt she paid that ...

    For transparency, I know the author and this is the first book of hers that I have read and I am so happy I did! This Historical Fiction book has so much going for it: Beyond a great story, with love, mystery, and character development, there are all these texturey things that made my ...

    I?ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. I love her Reincarnationist series is really fun but I got hooked on her books with her Daughters of La Lune books! She has th...

    Thank you so much to Get Red PR and Atria Books for providing my free copy of TIFFANY BLUES by MJ Rose - all opinions are my own. This book is so gorgeous inside and out. Set during the Jazz Age with a backdrop of New York?s roaring 1920s, we follow twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell...

    1924, New York. Jenny Ball is one of a dozen burgeoning artist invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's distinguished artist colony. She has always dreamed about becoming a painter and now together with a close friend the dream is starting to become real. Jenny wants to travel to Paris and s...

    Jenny Bell is a new artist, trying to escape a horrific past. When she is invited by Louis Comfort Tiffany to learn at his art institute, she takes the opportunity in the hopes of making a name for herself. I was very interested in reading this book because I love historical fiction...