Love Under an Open Sky by Julie Kavanagh
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Callie is a famous singer in the UK. Her manager, Michael, verbally abuses her and she ends up in the hospital to have throat surgery because she doesn’t have a backbone to tell Michael no. Finally, she decides to ignore his orders and she hops on a plane to visit her cousin in Montana. She meets Joel on her cousin’s ranch and the attraction is instant. Callie lies about who she is, meets Joel’s money-grubbing ex-fiancée at a party and then she and Joel get into an argument. Misunderstandings, Callie’s low self-esteem and Joel’s jaded heart play a big part in this book. They created problems out of nothing and then Callie overreacted to yet another misunderstanding. After Joel explained, Callie forgave him and Michael, who followed her to Montana, left without much of a confrontation.
Other than a few typos and random dashes throughout the story, the writing flowed well and kept me entertained. It's a sweet story about finding self-respect and learning to let go of the past. I look forward to reading more stories by this author.
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