Serenades [NOOK Book]

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With passion this hot, it’ll be anything but a silent night.

Whispering Cove, Book 9

Aimee Smith found a home and friends in Whispering Cove. During the Fall Festival she found no-strings fun in the arms of her favorite country singer. Then her fling left town—and she discovered how much of himself he left behind.

Josh Bryan loved life on the road—until one Whispering Cove waitress ruined it. Not that he’s ...

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Overview

With passion this hot, it’ll be anything but a silent night.

Whispering Cove, Book 9

Aimee Smith found a home and friends in Whispering Cove. During the Fall Festival she found no-strings fun in the arms of her favorite country singer. Then her fling left town—and she discovered how much of himself he left behind.

Josh Bryan loved life on the road—until one Whispering Cove waitress ruined it. Not that he’s complaining. Before her, there were willing women at every stop, but none stayed in his mind, under his skin, or left him wanting a second taste. Not like her.

Almost fourteen months later, with Christmas festivities in full swing, Aimee’s days at the bar are long and her nights walking the floor are longer. Yet she’s never been happier, at least until Josh walks into the bar in a swirl of snow.

The truth could send him running, have him accusing her of setting a trap…or be her one chance to prove she wants him for more than just his money and fame. That is, if he’s willing to take a chance there’s something between them deeper than passion.

Warning: This title contains a waitressing mother, a serenading celebrity, snow-melting passion and a secret baby.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781619219939
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 11/26/2013
  • Series: Whispering Cove , #9
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 98
  • Sales rank: 120,452
  • File size: 927 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2014

    Serenade addons

    First, small black star on left ear. Second, find a more fuller family by looking at Abattoir's bio which *should* be updated today. If I stop getting distracted. Lol

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2014

    Serenade's Quick Bio

    Name| Serenade <p> Gender| Female <p> Age| However old Abattoir is.. I don't keep track. <p> Clan| ? Wherever you want to put her at. Doesn't matter. <p> Personality| Doesn't matter. You decide. <p> Description| A faded tortoiseshell [meaning her fur-color looks faded] with dark amber eyes. Something about a black star (believe it's left ear?) You'll have to ask Ab. Family trait or something. Can't remember. <p> Crush, Mate, Kits| I didn't rp her, so I wouldn't know. But I'm pretty sure it's a no on all of those three. <p> Kin| Basic family: Spring is mother, Valourmask is father. Brothers are Abattoir and Berserk. Adopted brother is Envy. <p> Anything else, you'll either have to ask me or Ab about. I feel like I'm forgetting soething, but oh well.

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  • Posted December 18, 2013

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    The great thing about the Whispering Cover series is that every

    The great thing about the Whispering Cover series is that every book can be read as a stand alone novel. Sure you touch base with some characters from other books but if you haven't read the previous books, their just your typical background filler. However, for those of us who have read all or some of the previous books, we get to see some of our favorite characters brought back to life. The only time you get a sense that you're reading a series is the prologue and epilogue when the old men of Whispering Cove are plotting their next matchmaking set up. Otherwise, it's like a brand new series every time.

    This is a great read for the holidays. Whispering Cove is having their holiday festival with special musical guest, Josh Byran. The same Josh Byran who came through Whispering Cove a year ago and had a fling with Aimee who wound up getting knocked up in the process. He's extremely excited to be back in Whispering Cove where he can catch up with Aimee. He's thought about her ever since they met and is looking to pick up where they left off but plans quickly change when he realizes that he has a daughter. A daughter that was kept from him.

    I liked that the author wrote the &quot;surprise you're a father!&quot; in a way that didn't make either parent look like a total jerk. Aimee tried getting in touch with him but was turned away every time, and it wasn't Josh who was doing it. Which means that someone on his team kept him from experiencing the first 5 months of his daughters life. Since neither parent was at fault, I didn't find myself disliking either of them like I normally do when these situations come up in novels. Instead I felt really bad for both of them.

    The story is short, sweet and perfect for the holidays. What could be more perfect than curling up on the couch in front of the fireplace with a mug of hot cocoa while you read a story about a family finding each other for the holidays.

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  • Posted November 26, 2013

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    Serenades by Nikki Duncan is a lovely and heart-warming romance,

    Serenades by Nikki Duncan is a lovely and heart-warming romance, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Serenades might be book #9 in the Whispering Cove series, but don't let that stop you from reading it if you haven't read any of the previous books, because I hadn't read any of the previous books and it didn't take any of the enjoyment out of this super-sweet romance.
    Serenades is about single mom Aimee and her past fling Josh reuniting after fourteen months apart. Josh returns to Whispering Cove only to find that Aimee has been left raising their baby on her own when he left town after playing at the Fall Festival and she can't contact him. I really enjoyed their romance, and although the secret baby thing has been done plenty of times before, this story didn't make it feel like all of the others that I've read.
    Aimee is a strong and independent woman who does her best despite her situation, and she doesn't really hold anything against Josh for not responding when she tried to contact him because they'd agreed to a casual fling beforehand. Instead of wallowing in pity, Aimee has decided that she is going love their daughter enough for the both of them. I loved her positive attitude and her absolute devotion to her baby and what was best for her.
    Josh is used to being in the limelight and having everyone constantly wanting something from him, but his short time with Aimee has lingered in his mind during their whole time apart. So when a gig takes him back to the lovely town of Whispering Cove he decides he wants to figure out why he can't seem to forget her.
    Their story was very sweet and gave me all the warm and fuzzy feelings at the end that I associate with a real romance story. The story being set around the holidays was just an extra plus for me since I love reading them this time of year to get me in the holiday mood. Bottom line is, if you're looking for a heart-warming romance with a holiday theme, you should definitely check it out. It was a quick read but it didn't feel rushed at all. So whether you're a fan of the series or just want to check it out, you should definitely give it a try.

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  • Posted November 26, 2013

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    I love Whispering Cove and I'm gonna move there someday and have

    I love Whispering Cove and I'm gonna move there someday and have the granddads hook me up!
    While I'm not normally a fan of &quot;secret baby&quot; stories this one is the exception that proves the rule. It's fun and hot and there's not an ounce of &quot;poor me&quot; or &quot;you set me up&quot;. Aimee is a strong intelligent self sufficient beautiful woman and Josh is just plain HOTT and I was at the end wanting more of them before I knew it.

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  • Posted November 26, 2013

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    Serenades (Whispering Cove 9) by Nikki Duncan This is 9th in the

    Serenades (Whispering Cove 9) by Nikki Duncan
    This is 9th in the series and I've yet to read any of the prior ones.
    I didn't feel too much out in the dark, felt right at home with the storyline. Aimee lives with her sister Carmen over the bar.
    Aimee waitresses at the bar and care for her infant daughter. Others who know of the child have told her she needed to tell the father. Well she did try, several times but coudln't get through to him.
    Josh is back in town for a special appearance with his band at the bar. It's Christmas and after she does tell him there are hot passionate love scenes but he has one stipulation about Christmas. When he
    leaves to tend to some business Carmen thinks he's run out on her. Will he return or is Aimee going to have to carry the burden?
    Love the group of musicians and think the rest have their own story in the other books in the series. Interesting the things that come into play in this book.
    I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.

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