Review: Song for Sophie by Mackenzie Crowne

songforsophie450A Song for Sophie

by Mackenzie Crowne

Published by The Wild Rose Press.

Sophie Taylor, a laid-off history teacher who, faced with too many bills, accepts an offer of a lifetime. She becomes a temporary assistant to popular country star Beau Walker.

Unfortunately, Beau has a bottled up monster in him the first few days on tour, and doesn’t like anyone to stand in his way. Especially a straight-laced teacher hiding her charms under god-awful business suits.

Though the two butt heads back and forth, it seems a little of what she’s learned dealing with children helps quell the beast. And yet, her own loneliness is deep and it’s clear, to Beau’s eyes, that she knows little about what goes on in the outside world—let alone the world she’ll be faced with on the road. A world he becomes determined to protect her from, even if it means taking her (his little “Serge”) into his heart, and his bed.

Part of the Honky Tonk Hearts series by The Wild Rose Press, A Song for Sophie by Mackenzie Crowne is a short and delightful romance novella full of charm, music, and a little humor. Mac’s a friend of mine, sure, yes, but in the end, you know I never recommend something if I didn’t enjoy it, and A Song for Sophie was a sweet, funny read I thoroughly enjoyed. If you too enjoy such contemporary romance with a “rock and roll” kick (so to speak) do check it out. It’s available at Amazon, All Romance Ebooks, Barnes and Noble, Itunes, and The Wild Rose Press webstore.


*My review copy purchased at Amazon


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