{Review} Taming the Country Star by Margo Bond Collins

{Review} Taming the Country Star by Margo Bond CollinsTaming the Country Star by Margo Bond Collins
Series: Hometown Heroes #1
Published by Entangled: Bliss on June 16, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Second Chance Romance, Small Town Romance
Character(s): Celebrities, Rockstars/Musicians
Pages: 111
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He'll do anything to win her heart. She'll do anything to keep him away.

Country star Cole Grayson is in town, and Kylie Andrews is less than thrilled. As if months of changing the radio station and tearing down his posters werent bad enough, now she has to deal with a town of fans swarming toward the man who deceived her the year before. But when Kylies eyes meet Coles again, she cant deny the electric chemistry that drew her to him the first time around.

Cole Grayson is on a mission. Ever since Kylie left him, he hasnt been able to forget her sweet country smile. After writing a song just for her, he sets off for her hometown to prove hes not the player she thinks he is. But as much as Cole can't forget her, Kylie wonders if she can forgive him...

Erin: Taming the Country Star by Margo Bond Collins and is the first book in her new Hometown Heroes series. It’s an easy, lighthearted read with a satisfying HEA. Written under the Entangled Bliss line, this one is a little more “open door” sex than fade to black as some of the other books in this line are, just so you know.

Cole Grayson is the epitome of good ole’ country boy, even if he is a famous singer. Well mannered, gentle, and sweet, he is back in town and hoping to sweep Kylie Andrews off her pretty little feet. They met a year ago in Mexico and after unknowingly being photographed by the paparazzi, Kylie tucked tail and hurried home, hoping to never see the sexy singer again. This is a novella, so there’s not a whole lot of time for character development or backstory. The book moves along fairly quickly, but not too quick to get a good idea of Cole and Kylie’s characters. And like most sweet romances, there’s not a whole like here. A nice story with nice characters, but nothing that’s too heavy or deep. This is a sweet romance that will leave you with a smile on your face at the end.

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