Rock Fiction Coveting: Shameless by Cheryl Douglas

Posted: April 14, 2015 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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You know it… it’s the first in a series! Susan says she was reading a blog post that claims series sell better than standalones. Just from the sheer number of series, you gotta believe that, don’t you?

Here’s today’s pick:

Trey Turner may be topping the country music charts but his life has been going downhill since his wife left him five years ago. He’s desperate to make amends for the mistakes he’s made and convince Sierra their love deserves a second chance.

Sierra Brooks is happy for the first time since her divorce. She has a career she loves and a fiancé who loves her. Unfortunately, her fiancé isn’t the only man professing his love. He may be able to offer her safety and security, but will she decide to risk everything for another chance with the man who broke her heart?

There’s so much here that’s familiar… what’s different about this one? Nothing, from the description. That means we need a better description!

This is an 8-book series, but not all of the books are Rock Fiction, so know that going in. You’ll have to pick and choose. They all seem to be about Country music, go figure, since the series has Nashville in the name.

One major complaint, other than the bland description: at least on GoodReads, the covers are all the same! How are you supposed to tell the books apart and know which you’ve read and which you need and what order to read them in if they all look exactly the same??

Oh, and about that description? If you read the rest of the descriptions in the series, they all read exactly the same. Insert Detail A into Blank B. And none of them really reveal much that makes you think you’ll die unhappy if you don’t read this book.

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