Roxy’s Song by Raneé S. Clark

September 8, 2019 | 1 Comment
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Roxy’s Song by Raneé S. ClarkRoxy's Song
Author: Raneé S. Clark
Series: Love in Little River #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 133
Date: September 8, 2019
Publisher: Sweetly Us Press

The night Tag Turner claimed he loved Roxy Adams and begged her to follow him to Nashville to live his dream, she sent him packing since she knew it couldn’t be real. Even if he did insist he’d been singing his love to her for years.

Eight years later, Tag, now a famous country star, rolls back into small town Little River hoping for one more shot at winning his high school crush. But Roxy loves her quiet, country life on her family’s ranch—a life that doesn’t have room for someone who can’t buy coffee without national media attention.

Not ready to give up, Tag stays in Little River to work on his next album and convince the woman he loves to give him a chance. Will Roxy ever trust his feelings are real and not just lyrics in a song?


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About Raneé S. Clark

Ranee S. Clark

Ranee` S. Clark and her personal superhero, her husband, live in Alaska where they are raising three future super-villains. When she’s not breaking up impromptu UFC fights in her living room or losing to one of her sons at Uno, she loves to read and write. She has a bachelors degree in history that is probably useless, but she had a lot of fun earning it. She blogs about writing, reading, and editing.

One response to “Roxy’s Song by Raneé S. Clark

  1. Maria

    This could definitely fit as a Hallmark movie in terms of girl dating Mr. Wrong when Mr. Right returns for their second chance romance. But I really liked Mr. Wrong and did not like Mr. Right at all for most of the book. Until over 3/4’s of the way through I felt like Mr. Right (Tag) was conceited, manipulative and selfish. It wasn’t until near the end and I saw him lose the selfishness that I thought he might be okay. I still have my doubts about their relationship since she really doesn’t want a life on the road and that is what he had to offer and she couldn’t ask him to give his career up. Really it was as wrong to ask him to give it up as for him to ask her to go with him. The way the author has written the book, it is a very happy ending but in real life I doubt it would actually last. So my dislike for the Hero was the reason for my two star rating. I did like the epilogue giving the down the road of time view which maybe gives a reader more hope for them.

    I’ve read other books by this author and liked them much better. For that reason I will try the next book in this series.

    No sex, language or violence

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