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Posted September 8, 2006
I always buy Elizabeth Lowell books, but got this one from the library, and was glad of it. It was an extremely fast read, a short book, and a simplistic, even trite, story. Singer captivates songwriter who can't be with her due to 'issues' in his past. She can't be in his play due to a dying father. They separate, the father dies. She appears in the play. The characters aren't very developed, the sexual chemistry is okay, but the time and environment is almost nonexistent--the setting could be anywhere or anytime, there's so little to it. Readable, but very forgettable.
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