Bad Boys Who Aren’t.

Yesterday - 3D 1000pxYesterday’s Legacy was officially released last Thursday and there’s already some great reviews.  One of the trends I’m noticing in the reviews are lots of descriptors for the hero, Jonah:

rebel

a real bum

a rebel, troublemaker, and someone who can’t be trusted,

a free thinker

slacker

doesn’t quite seem to fit into society

a nutcase.

Phew!

But at the very same time, they’re saying things like:

Jonah was a strong, sexy character that was everything we all dream about…

Quite a difference, huh?  And yes, they’re all talking about the same character!

Get to know Jonah and Marlow, up close and personal.

Cheers,

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2 Comments

  1. Dina Bushrod July 18, 2016 at 10:59 am

    Free thinker is the only “bad” one I agreed with and I don’t see that as a bad thing; I think it saved them

    • Tracy Cooper-Posey July 20, 2016 at 12:06 pm

      In the context it was given, it was meant to be a negative, I believe.

      Although, i agree with you. “Free thinker” isn’t necessarily a bad thing!

      Cheers,

      t.

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