Beautiful, wealthy, and sophisticated, opera star Sophia Maxwell is living the life of her dreams. As the Songbird of Chicago, she's lauded for her pure, rich voice and has a constant circle of admirers vying for her jaded attention. Then she loses her voice during a performance. Her doctor warns her to rest her larynx, or she'll never sing again. Devastated, Sophia retreats to the frontier town of Sweetwater Springs to stay with her sister. She's determined to recover and once again take the stage by storm.
An injury to logger Kael Kelley forces him to return to his parents' home outside of Sweetwater Springs until he can heal enough to return to the logging camp he manages. He's impatient to recover and concerned about his men, who've been left to work under the incompetent overseer who was responsible for his accident.
When Sophia and Kael meet, they have an immediate attraction. The handsome logger is as different from Sophia's sophisticated suitors as can be. She decides a summer flirtation is the perfect way to enliven her boring convalescence. Then the unthinkable happens, and the Songbird of Chicago falls in love.
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Not my favorite, but still a good book
- VL Garcia
Another visit to Sweetwater Springs!
The story is a very good one with a strong plot, the H&H balance each other very well. The performance by the narrator is very easy and enjoyable to listen to. This book is part of a series about the people of Sweetwater Springs but can be read as a stand alone but is so much better when you know the history of the different characters.
Kael Kelly, the hero. He was such a strong, loyal, loving, and caring man who always did the right thing no matter what.
Having it read outloud makes for a more real, vivid story.
Yes. Once I start listening to a book I'm really enjoying it is hard to have to stop and pick it back up later.
I really have enjoyed all these books by Debra Holland. They are such a joy to listen to with each new story.
- Cathy Henderson