Title: Curve My Song
Author: Sarah Gai
Opening line: “Okay, okay,” I grumble, reaching my arm out, blindly trying to locate my phone, my head still nestled beneath the covers, with no intention of surfacing any time soon..
Blurb: Sassy full figured Bree Carson loves her life, her casual singing gigs and her two best friends, the cute chubby Skyla and the always feisty Elise. But still she feels like something is missing – then her old High school love Taylor Cole returns to home town. When Bree and Taylor are thrust together, old sparks from the past reignite. Can Taylor break through the walls securely built around Bree’s heart? Will Bree let him in?
My Thoughts: I fell in love with the curvy group of best friends that Bree belongs to. They are strong female characters, all independent, curvy and proud. No self-esteem issues here. Bree, Elise and Skyla have been friends all their lives as their mothers were friends and they were all neighbours. These three ladies don’t hold back – they laugh together, fight together, cry together and have each other’s backs. So when Taylor returns to town to run his parent’s bar, Bree’s besties just know they’re in for a wild ride. Bree is a singer and she is less than impressed when Skyla organises with Taylor for Bree to sing in the bar a few nights a week. Only takes a few minutes though for Bree to realise that the great love of her teens is not behind her at all. Still it is not just a matter of falling in love again and starting a new life together – that would be too easy! First there are some hurdles to get over and some secrets to be misunderstood before we can get to the happy ever after. The romance is lovely – no dirty talk or groan by groan descriptions – just enough for you to know what’s going on and your heart to melt a little and go aaaaaah! Curve My Song is a novella and if you play your music quietly in the back ground and have a glass of wine at hand it is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon. There are two more books in the series – I have the next one loaded in my erader.
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C – Above average. Was very readable and I really liked it but was easily able to put it down and walk away for a while.