Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Lilah by Midnight by Carra Copelin Review

Title: Lilah By Midnight
Author: Carra Copelin
Genre: Romance
Pages: 27
Price: $0.99
Rating: 4 out 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

Lilah Canfield's career as a country music performer is on the line. It's New Years Eve and she has one last chance to save her career with a performance in Forth Worth at Billy Bob's Texas. Bad thing is the worst snow storm in a century has hit the Texas Panhandle making passage on the highways dangerous at best and closed at worst. When her motor coach slides off the road into a snow bank outside her hometown of Mistletoe, Texas, will Lilah make her gig and save her career? Or will she give it all up for a second chance with her high school sweetheart and first love?

It's been two years since his wife passed away and Jack McCommas is ready to move forward for himself and his eight year old daughter. When he and a friend stop to help the folks in a stranded motor coach, he can't believe she's standing in front of him and is literally shocked to realize the old spark is still there when they touch. If she chooses her career, will he be able to let her go a second time? Or will he try to convince her to stay in Misletoe?


Another wonderful short story from Carra Copelin. While I didn't like this one as much a A Santa for Christmas, I still liked the story and loved the happy ending. If you're looking for a quick read to get you through a dreary lunch or a quick pick-me-up, this story is a must. Can't be beat for $0.99. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...