Saturday, August 1, 2015

From the shelf: Conquer the Memories

Title: Conquer the Memories
Author: Sandra Dewar
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Date read: July 25, 2015
Dawn Rates:  (3/5)

Summary (cr: goodreads)

Young Carla Fox had sung her way to stardom--and into the heart of fan Drake Lanning. Then she'd vanished abruptly from the limelight.

Years later, rock star Drake found the elusive Carla, and his boyhood crush turned into powerful adult love. Battling her in an adoption dispute, he saw that she'd become a dedicated social worker. But why was she burying her real talent, denying herself the fulfillment of performing? He vowed to pull her back onstage--and into his arms--yet there were painful memories to conquer before they could make sweet music together. 
My Review: (also in goodreads)

Once again, I read this to pass the time. Plot on the Silhouette romance era is always the same or at least has the same formula. This time, this book is about a past popular singer and a guy who once had a crush on her. The male protagonist is now a popular rockstar and the once popular singer/actress now lives as a social worker escaping the limelight due to painful events that has happened to her. And the story starts there. 

Till the next read...

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