- Books

Butterscotch Blues #2020

Butterscotch Blues The author of The Real Deal now renders the poignant story of a year old woman finding the love of her life and then having her faith in the relationship tested when he becomes HIV positive

  • Title: Butterscotch Blues
  • Author: Margaret Johnson-Hodge
  • ISBN: 9780312264840
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Butterscotch Blues By Margaret Johnson-Hodge, The author of The Real Deal now renders the poignant story of a 34 year old woman finding the love of her life and then having her faith in the relationship tested when he becomes HIV positive.

    • [KINDLE] ✓ Unlimited ☆ Butterscotch Blues : by Margaret Johnson-Hodge ↠
      256 Margaret Johnson-Hodge
    • thumbnail Title: [KINDLE] ✓ Unlimited ☆ Butterscotch Blues : by Margaret Johnson-Hodge ↠
      Posted by:Margaret Johnson-Hodge
      Published :2019-010-07T18:54:13+00:00

    1 thought on “Butterscotch Blues

    1. Your hearts desires and then you can tBUTTERSCOTCH BLUES is amongst the greatest books I ve read It deals with very real issues, AIDS, the color syndrome amongst blacks, love, marriage, friendship, and loneliness Four friends literally transform before your very eyes.Sandy, after being involved in a so I won t be alone relationship, finally gets the picture She meets Adrian, a beautiful man, who opens her eyes, to the beauty of being a beautiful dark skin black and opens her mind to the reality [...]

    2. I had completed a different book regarding four female friends This one was just okay for me Knowing myself the way I do, I WOULD NOT have made the same decision as Sandy This bk as my other bk made me re evaluate my relationship with the female friends who I consider close the my heart The emphasis of the book were male female relationships problem solving or not solving between the genders, games both genders play in relationships, family issues, parent issues acceptance The story line did tug [...]

    3. I know I read this 10 11 years ago, but couldn t remember anything other than it was sad story and didn t remember why It all came back to me once I hit pg 245 I knew at that point exactly what would happen and I started crying and didn t stop until a while after I d finished reading it.This is a life lessons book You know all the familiar sayings Life Is too short , Be True to yourself , Live life to the fullest , and a Love like there is no tomorrow These are taught and learned by the four wom [...]

    4. Mo Betta Blues Butterscotch Blues was an engrossing tale of lasting love, lovers leaving, feeling worthy unworthy and friendship The characters ring with clarity and individuality and lure you into a story that could just as well be your own Butterscotch Blues leaves the heartwarming taste of longing in your mouth It will make you cry for the love you lost and the foolish games you ve played and bring you to the understanding that tomorrow isn t promised This was my first venture into Margaret J [...]

    5. This book was so sad in the end I really loved it and it touched on a really important issue that we have in America but everyone s afraid to talk about and that was AIDS It really brought you to a point of no return Very good book.

    6. This book touched my heart in ways that I couldn t imagine My friend recommended that I should read this in like the 6th grade Back then I didn t understand the meanings and messages of the book but now that I am older I do It s a very good read and it s easy to follow.

    7. This was a book about going for what you want and sometimes finding heartbreak in the meantime It made you appreciate what you have and to cherish each day while they are there Don t wait for the end of the rainbow because it may never be there.

    8. This book was so good, I was in it head first I couldn t put it down Though it was sad and theres a lot about strong situations and things that are heavy I think anyone that reads this would enjoy it.

    9. This book is amazing I have read this book at least 10 times since getting it last year This book is amazing love the Author.

    10. I read this book years ago I remember crying at the bus stop trying to finish the last few pages Tear jerker for sure

    11. The best book I have ever read I read it at 16 and at 30 nothing moved me If you have never read it please do.

    12. Sandy found her true love but he ended up dying from AIDS after they had been married for three months It was a very emotional book but very good

    13. I read this book several yrs ago and it still remains my favorite I just loved the relationship that Sandee had with her boyfriend Cried at the ending Sad

    14. This book is one of my all time favorites I think I ve read it about three times, and suggested that all of my friends read it.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *