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Monday, March 9, 2009

Karaoke Cowgirl by Stacy Dawn



Karaoke Cowgirl by Stacy Dawn
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short (19 pages)
Heat: Sweet
Rating: 4 books
Reviewed by Agapanthus

How far would you go to attract the man of your dreams? Ally Standish re-invents herself every Saturday night to sing for her cowboy. But when they come face to face in the light of a normal day—and he discovers the real Ally—will he let her sing him more love songs or will the music die for good?

Pretty girl with zero self confidence, dresses up, goes into town, sings with the voice of an angel and the man of her dreams falls for her. Okay, pretty straightforward. At least until the girl realizes that she cannot keep her true identity a secret from him forever.

"Karaoke Cowgirl" is a great story. Classic, really, and add in the karaoke bar for a definite new twist. Stacy Dawn does a great job of not only telling the story, developing the characters, and tossing some butterfly churning sentiments but she also makes you feel for her lead character Ally. Well, okay, she made me feel for her. Being a country girl myself I found it easy to relate to the leading lady of this story and her situation. Extremely enjoyable and truly heartfelt. I loved this story and cannot wait to see what else Ms. Dawn can come up with.

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