Julia's Song

Julia s Song Australian music reviewer Julia Moran is assigned to profile American rock singer Samantha Knight Renowned for her velvety voice flawless body and rich honey blonde hair Samantha is one of the few

  • Title: Julia's Song
  • Author: AnnO'Leary
  • ISBN: 9781562801977
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
  • Australian music reviewer Julia Moran is assigned to profile American rock singer Samantha Knight Renowned for her velvety voice, flawless body, and rich, honey blonde hair, Samantha is one of the few openly lesbian singers to make it to stardom When Julia signs on to cover the band s entire Australian tour, Samantha finds her reaction to the beautiful reporter exciting.Australian music reviewer Julia Moran is assigned to profile American rock singer Samantha Knight Renowned for her velvety voice, flawless body, and rich, honey blonde hair, Samantha is one of the few openly lesbian singers to make it to stardom When Julia signs on to cover the band s entire Australian tour, Samantha finds her reaction to the beautiful reporter exciting and disturbing If there were one lesson she d learned from the hard years on the road, it was to stay away from straight women.

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    1. This was quite a cute read. An out and out romance; you won't find action and adventure with this book, or mystery and intricate plot twists, but that's okay because it works pretty near perfect as just a romance. The characters are well defined and likeable. I found the attraction between the two leads believable, interesting and compelling. The chemistry was obvious, written with just enough heat to keep things moving. I found myself quite hooked. Though Samantha's fame is slightly far fetched [...]


    2. Samantha Knight, a very popular and successful rock singer, is on a tour with her band around Australia. A well known reporter, Julia Moran has the job of writing up a review of the concert in Melbourne. What she sees, Julia is immensely impressed by the alluring rock singer. After a successful interview, Samantha invites Julia to tag along with the band to write up a feature on the rest of the band tour in Sydney and Brisbane. Julia jumps at the opportunity. There is an instant attraction which [...]



    3. This book was.well, it was meh. It was a quick read, but during the 198 pages, I can't tell you how many times I got annoyed at the dialogue. How many times does a character - southern or otherwise - need to call someone 'Honey' or 'Sugar' in the same paragraph. I know it's a common term in the American South, but seriously, they don't use it THAT often. And OMG, Samantha needed to get her stubborn head out of her ass. It's been a long time since I've wanted to reach into the pages of a book and [...]


    4. Actual score: 3.75A quick, sweet, feel good read. It's funny -- the book has elements that have really irritated me in ither books -- straight girl morphs to comfortably gay in the blink of an eye, protagonists making life changing decisions after knowing each other for two minutes but It was sweet without being nauseating and, overall, exactly what it tried to bea feel good romance.


    5. Well if a person can suspend belief that a previously straight woman decides in 5 days she's a lesbian and tells everyone except like her family and stuff And several other early huge and gaping plot holes Well Other than that it's a cute read.


    6. HERMOSA. Dulce, melódica, suave y sin grandes pretensiones. De lectura rápida y con un objetivo claro. Recomendada como primera lectura del genero al cien por ciento.


    7. Instant attraction between a lesbian rock star and a straight reporter. Had a few "telling" issues. I read the 1998 Naiad Press version, so I'm not sure if the new edition is any different.


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