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  • Well worth reading!

    I wasn’t too sure really about this book to begin with, as I am not fond of this kind of plot (similarly with reality TV), but in view of the fact that I couldn’t give up on it, then got a bit emotional about it, I have decided it must be a good one! The heroine is Jessie – mid thirties divorced single mum of 2 boys, working as a pharmacist, but who loves to sing, though her voice isn’t good, to say the least. She is a huge fan of Michael Tennant, classical/cross tenor, and unknown to her, her two boys enter her into a ‘reality’competition show – for which she is accepted, to sing with Michael after a week of practice. Michael is in fact a very private man, with a bad relationship experience in his past, reluctantly drawn to Jessie’s fresh and natural outlook on life. We have lots of ups and downs throughout but we do 'reach' (pun intended) a good full stop to the story. To sum up, it is certainly worth 4 stars.

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  • A great story to make you laugh and cry

    Jessie is an ordinary middle aged single mum with two young boys and a dreadful singing voice. When she is thrust into the spotlight with a famous singer, sparks fly. This is a fabulous story with a lovely lead that you will like and can relate to. Is meeting your idol all it’s cracked up to be? I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and totally recommend it. The author, Kathryn Freeman, is a very talented story teller who creates great characters and plots. Highly recommended

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  • Sing your heart out

    This story was a really believable story despite the highly unlikely synopsis. The interaction between all of the characters, not just the leading players was very well portrayed. The hero, Michael, and heroine, Jessie, were so well written I felt I knew them. The romance was so impossible that like Jessie, I believed that this story would have an unhappy ending. I will not say anything more as do not want to spoil your enjoyment of the read. Just make sure you have chocolate and tissues to hand!

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  • Didn't engage me at all

    I wanted to like this book, I thought the storyline had promise, but I didn't enjoy it much at all and I actually found myself quite bored. Jessie ran way too and cold, and was too self sacrificing for my liking.

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