Twelve days of Kindle #4
Book number 4 in my 'Twelve Days of Kindle' collection is one in a series which I've been enjoying considerably more than makes sense considering that I live in England and have no interest whatsoever in cowboys. For me, the draw of the 'Honky Tonk Hearts' series is less the overall theme, and more the way that the Wild Rose Press authors have taken a concept and a setting, and spun it off in a whole host of different directions.
I particularly liked 'Sing to Me Cowboy' because of the music connection - anyone who's ever read 'Desperate Bid' will almost certainly have spotted my fascination with songs, song lyrics and the way they can twine themselves into your emotions. Lauri Robinson's book takes full advantage of the emotional power of music as she explores why Heather Gibson believes that country singer Lance Duggan is not for her, despite her powerful attraction to him. Even if you're not a music-lover (or a cowboy fan), this is a compelling exploration of the complexity of human emotion, and a heart-warming story of one woman's journey back to hope and love.
In my opinion, this is a must-read for romance lovers, as well as part of a brilliantly conceived series, which I'll be coming back to during the Twelve Days.