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Friday, November 5, 2010

Sheet Music by Tibby Armstrong

Sheet Music by Tibby Armstrong
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (163 pgs)
Other: M/F, Spanking, Voyeurism
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Anemone

Music journalist Kyra Martin faces the toughest assignment of her career—to write a cover story about enigmatic heartthrob David Tallis. Deadline looming, Kyra plans to go undercover. When she ends up under the covers with the sexy superstar instead, can both her career and their budding relationship survive?

With a closet full of skeletons to hide, and a paparazzi-fueled divorce behind him, David Tallis despises the press. When Kyra Martin bribes her way into his life, her sexy assets have him composing a duplicitous seduction. Ensnared in a media maelstrom of his own making, can David face the music? Or will he lose Kyra, along with another piece of himself?

Where can I buy David Tallis's next album? What do you mean he's not real? Tibby Armstrong's debut novel creates characters that are so lifelike, I can hear the music and feel the passion of a reporter following the story of a lifetime.

Kyra is a reporter who wants to dig deeper into David's background, like the rest of the world and the reader as well. David is a rock star that values his privacy and shuns the media. Knowing this is the story that could make her career, Kyra shows a vivacious tenacity in pursuing David professionally using any means necessary.

The chemistry between Kyra and David is white hot and only continues to get hotter throughout the book with every explosive sex scene. Even after they have sex, the tension builds between the characters as David loses his footing in the plot to foil Kyra's attempt to dig into his buried past. Truthfully, I found his actual past to be a bit unbelievable but by that time, I was so ensnared in their story, I really didn't care.

David and Kyra's budding romance was like watching a Hollywood movie, where the hero and heroine ride off into the sunset holding hands but their world is shattered by a misunderstanding. I was smiling through tears in the end and wishing I could peek into their future. I didn't want to let go of this couple. I wanted it to keep going and never stop.

If you ever wanted to date a rock star, Ms. Armstrong has created the most realistic experience I have ever read. She blended reality in with the beauty of a budding romance and I lost myself in their romance. I highly recommend this book to keep you warm on the long winter nights ahead.

1 comment:

Tibby Armstrong said...

Thank you for a fun review! I enjoyed reliving David and Kyra's story through your eyes. Readers make writing 10x more fun! :)