As a fan of historical fiction in general, Tiffany Blues was a big hit for me. We follow Jenny Bell, an art student living in New York City, after she is selected for an elite summer art program hosted by Louis Comfort Tiffany (yes, that Tiffany, with the jewelry and the stained glass) at his lavish home. As the story unfolds, parts of Jenny's complicated, often violent past are slowly revealed, and we learn that she's not the only character with a history she'd rather keep hidden.
The descriptions of the art and and of Laurelton Hall in general were fantastic and had me feeling quite disappointed that the real Laurelton Hall no longer exists. I was a big fan of the romance in this story, even if some of the lines were a bit cheesy. That ending was not at all what I thought was going to happen though!
Overall all of the characters were pretty well developed and the story moved along at a steady pace. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a story with a good romance with beautiful descriptive details or a great jazz age novel.