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J-Pop Love Songby Shiree McCarver
African American Charlene Alfred, a 41-year-old writer is about to have her first best selling novel "Blu's Diary" turned into an internationally released miniseries which features a jaded Japanese rock star that has hit rock bottom. Her manager gives her an ultimatum: use the Japanese lead actor of their choice or forget the project.\nWhen 24-year-old Japanese pop sensation known as "Kane" hears that the writer he's always admired, strongly believe he's too young for the crucial role, he makes it his mission to change her mind; only to find that there is a connection between him and this woman that defies all reasoning and logic. The building of emotions and passions between these two characters keeps you almost breathless as you journey to the beautifully exotic city of Tokyo, mixed with new technology and old traditions. Come and experience this amazing love story that will put two careers in jeopardy and two lives in danger as possessiveness, buried secrets, and lies, are exposed. Will love be enough to fight the ghosts of the past?
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This is one of the worst books I have ever read! It started off really good and, seemed like it was about to go somewhere. Then it took a turn for weird and, just kept getting weirder and weirder. By the end I found myself asking what bleep was that?? My only wish is that I could get my money back. This story started as a normal romance, then turned into a paranormal story then just "jumps the shark" more and more. It was like the writer wanted to write a romance then in the middle changed her mind to paranormal then changed her mind again. It was too much for one book and, leaves you confused and, wanting your money back. Just take my advice don't waste your money on this one. It was so bad i'm not buying anymore books by this writer. And, also let me say that no person in the right mind would give this more then one star.