Last Train To Memphis

Last Train To Memphis Cool jazz and hot sex propel the reader into a blazing love story that will cast the bronze skinned sax player Rufus Johnson into the depths of despair then raise him to the height of ecstasy Rufus

  • Title: Last Train To Memphis
  • Author: Elsa Cook
  • ISBN: 9781585711468
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cool jazz and hot sex propel the reader into a blazing love story that will cast the bronze skinned sax player, Rufus Johnson into the depths of despair, then raise him to the height of ecstasy Rufus must choose between the beautiful, raven haired Salinas, the mother of his son conceived during their troubled teen years a decade ago, and the blonde, blue eyed Claire, hisCool jazz and hot sex propel the reader into a blazing love story that will cast the bronze skinned sax player, Rufus Johnson into the depths of despair, then raise him to the height of ecstasy Rufus must choose between the beautiful, raven haired Salinas, the mother of his son conceived during their troubled teen years a decade ago, and the blonde, blue eyed Claire, his present lover, who has lit an erotic flame deep inside him that will never die Sexual tension, a smoky jazz club, and the bitter cold weather that symbolizes the hatred of a racist police officer create a powerful setting for Rufus who must make that fateful decision between duty and love.

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    1. Last Train to Memphis is an affecting novel that captures the unstable, sometimes depressive nature of drug addiction: the bickering, the wild swings between a giddy, carefree existence and a lowering depression. Every time starring couple Rufus and Claire get a happy moment, it's spoiled by melancholy, despair, fatalism- life. It's all very moody. At points, it's hard to feel sympathy for these characters who are more responsible than anyone for the quagmire of their lives and sometimes find it [...]

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