Paperback Romance – Paperback
Paperback Romance by Karin Kallmaker
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If Music be the Food of Love you will want this story to play on and on ...
Literary agent Alison has been in love with her favorite author-client for years. Not that paperback romance writer Carolyn has ever noticed. She sees Alison as a close, loyal friend; she has never questioned society's conventions.
When Alison negotiates a lucrative contract for her, Carolyn seizes the unexpectedly large advance to fulfill a passion of her own. Beginning in Paris, scene of her brief, calamitous marriage, she will immerse herself in great music from the world's great orchestras.
Paris brings a dramatic encounter with Nicolas Frost, the remote, driven young conductor who is creating a reputation for musical brilliance. When the smitten Carolyn discovers the conductor's masquerade -- necessary to achieve recognition in the male-dominated higher echelons of classical music -- she is suddenly faced with the true nature of her powerful attraction to Nick.
Meanwhile, Alison has found her own consolation. But does sweet, passionate Samantha have any chance of winning Alison's affections away from Carolyn? Can there by any future for Nick and Carolyn?
Find the answers in this captivating, decliciously romantic and erotic tale from one of our most entertaining storytellers.
What People are Saying:
- Paperback Romance at the LesbraryGood things to say about staying true to yourself…
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- Paperback Romance at Bay Area ReporterA real gift for characterization and realistically humorous dialogue.
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I read over a thousand Harlequin Romances in my mid-teens. Funny, I can't seem to remember any of the heroes. Yet I can clearly recall numerous heroines. Yes, I might just be gay...
Anyway, I was thrilled by the exploits of ingenues in Europe, nurses on New Zealand sheep stations, and aspiring actresses on the London stage. This novel is a gentle satire of the genre. I'm quite sure that Nick Frost was a hero I would have remembered.