What if your dreams were so close you could reach out and touch them?
How could anyone resist Michael Tennant, with his hypnotic blue eyes and voice like molten chocolate? Jessie Simmons certainly can’t. But Jessie’s a single mum who can’t sing to save her life – there’s no way she’ll ever cross paths with the star tenor.
At least that’s what she thinks until she’s unexpectedly invited to take part in a new reality TV show. The premise? Professional singers teach hopeless amateurs how to sing. The surprise? Jessie’s partner is none other than Michael Tennant!
As she becomes better acquainted with the man behind the voice, will Jessie find out the hard way that you should never meet your idols? Or will she get more than she bargained for?
A book by this author is always a must read for me. Why, you might wonder. Well, that’s very easy to explain.
I love her writing style. It’s always so fluent that you are swept up by it and you have finished a few chapters before even realising it. Her stories are chicklit through and through. So there is nothing new, I hear you say. That’s correct, but a genre is a genre and you know more or less what you can expect. What I do find refreshing about them is the background. She always manages, in my opinion, to make them original. 🙂
So if you love the game of attraction and rejection, of loving someone but being afraid of the future, of making decisions and sacrifices, then this is a book you will certainly love. This may seem all rather negative, but don’t forget the genre it’s classified in. 😉
There is only one last thing to add : I loved it and I am more than happy to give it 5 stars.
Thank you, Kathryn Freeman, Choc Lit and Rachel’s Random Resources.
About the author
A former pharmacist, I’m now a medical writer who also writes romance. Some days a racing heart is a medical condition, others it’s the reaction to a hunky hero.
With two teenage boys and a husband who asks every Valentine’s Day whether he has to buy a card (yes, he does), any romance is all in my head. Then again, his unstinting support of my career change proves love isn’t always about hearts and flowers – and heroes come in many disguises.