Rock Fiction Coveting: The Runaway Daughter by Lauri Robinson

Posted: October 16, 2015 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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So I said I was looking for some different sort of Rock Fiction. And all the open tabs on my computer are starting to cooperate with me. I didn’t even have to bribe them.

This one’s a historical AND I don’t think it’s a series. Woot!

Ready? Here we go.

From stowaway…

After years of playing the local gin joint to pay off his father’s debts, talented musician Brock Ness has landed a radio gig in Chicago. Now he’s on the up-and-up, his next stop is securing the dame of his dreams, Ginger Nightingale…

…to Chicago celebrity!

If Brock is headed for fortune and fame, Ginger won’t be left behind! She may be the youngest of the Nightingale sisters, but she’s old enough to know what she wants. And Brock is right at the top of her wish list!

Daughters of the Roaring Twenties: their hair is short and their skirts are even shorter!

Susan pointed out that this is a Harlequin, so it’s a romance. But… but… it’s set in the 1920s! That’s a century ago! And we have local gin joints and radio gigs.

When was the last time you heard about radio gigs?

When was the last time you listened to the radio?

So here’s hoping this one doesn’t sacrifice this killer setting for the lurve. I want the setting. Bring it.


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