Review: A Song for Sophie by Mackenzie Crowne

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Review: A Song for Sophie by Mackenzie Crowne

Jobless, practically homeless, and tired of being manless, Sophie Taylor jumps at the chance to be Beaumont Walker's personal assistant. Six weeks on the road with country music's bad boy--and, more importantly, his all-male crew--is the perfect opportunity to change her life.

Beau Walker doesn't need any more distractions. Sophie, with her butt-ugly suits and balls-to-the-wall attitude, shouldn't be one, but she proves to be distracting and more--even, surprisingly, a friend. So when he discovers her plan to snag a man from his worldly wise crew, he's determined to protect her from herself.

When Sophie realizes Beau is behind her failure to attract even one member of his crew, the last place she expects to find herself is in his bed. But will one night of passion convince her she's woman enough for him? Or will it destroy their friendship and his budding belief in true love?

Title: A Song for Sophie
Author: Mackenzie Crowne
Series: Honky Tonk Hearts
Published by Wild Rose Press
Source: Author
Published: August 25th 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 119
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames

Romantic and hilarious, A Song for Sophie tells about a laid-off and desperate, plain-looking history teacher who took the job as a tour assistant to a gorgeous and famous country singer. Surrounded by amazing side characters, Beau and Sophie’s character developments are interesting and outrageously funny. Mackenzie Crowne’s ability to twist scenarios and pour a huge serving of emotion into them has been further highlighted by the simplicity of its plot. I adore this story for it made me cry multiple times at the culmination of its climax, and the dialogue used has been both straightforward and heart wrenching. I highly recommend this novelette to those who love an entertaining and romantic fast read comedy.


A Song for Sophie

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