Play it Again

Play it Again

by Nancy Fraser

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Go back in time with five delightful stories spanning the first half of the Golden Age of Rock and Roll from 1955-1959.

Love is a Many Splendored Thing - 1955: Will an army widow find love with another military man? Or, will their romance crash and burn?

Love Me Tender - 1956: Can a lady lawyer break the glass ceiling before a younger co-worker breaks her heart?

Wake Up Little Susie: Will a modern day woman be able to navigate 1957, the man she's fallen for, and a younger version of her grandmother?

April Love - 1958: Can the perfect secretary run interference between her boss' family and the many women who want to bed and wed him without losing her heart in the process?

Dream Lover - 1959: What's so special about Nanny #5? Will the bright lights of Paris be her ultimate downfall or the answer to her steamiest dreams?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151491099
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 04/22/2015
Series: The Golden Age of Rock and Roll , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 446
File size: 405 KB

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Play it Again 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
mimipeggy More than 1 year ago
Short Romances set in the 1950’s you won’t want to miss! This book has 5 short stories of romance. They are all set in the 1950’s. They are all wonderful stories that will keep you reading to the end. They all capture your attention. When you get finished one story, you want to continue reading through the next story, because the story before that one was so good. You can’t wait to see what the next story holds in store for you. My favorite (and this was a hard choice) is Love Me Tender. I really enjoyed the story of Sydney and Aaron. I would recommend this book to everyone. If you love romances, you will especially love this book.