Blue knows how to make magic when she's crooning at her small blues club, Spats.
For her singing is a dream come true, one she once thought was forever out
of reach as long as she stayed the dutiful housewife and mother. But
Sabrina made some difficult decisions about her life and made that dream come
Sexy, suave Guy Latimer, owner of the King Midas Inc. music production
company, is not used to taking no for an answer. So he's beyond
shocked when he approaches Sabrina after one of her sets at Spats,
only to have her turn down his offer of a recording contract.
Determined to get to the bottom of her reluctance at working with him and
anxious to get to know her on a personal level, Guy manages to at least
get the delicious diva to go out to dinner with him.
But can he win Sabrina's trust and ongoing friendship? And can he
protect her from the old dangers which haunt her past?
worked for me:
I always love to read romances that feature
truly abundant heroines; they are so hard to come by!
easy to root for the hero and heroine in this story, and there were a
terrifically despicable pair of villains to loathe.
Size-wise Sabrina sounded like she was built along the lines of Camryn
Manheim: tall, elegant, and bountiful.
What didn't work for me:
I am surprised that Sabrina, protective mother that she was, took
chances with her son's safety in the way that she did.
Ms. Bagshaw's writing just gets better and better! "Lady Blue" is
her richest, most well-rounded tale yet. Fans of romantic suspense should
enjoy this one.
Warning: there are some steamy love scenes
and some coarse language in
If you liked "Lady Blue" you might also enjoy
"Love at Large",
Tory Bauer mystery series,
Odelia Grey mystery series, "A
Worthy Heir", "Walking
After Midnight", "Looking for Laura",
"Shadows in the
Moonlight", and "Love by the
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