I enjoy a good Christian fiction book every once and awhile.
It’s nice sometimes to just escape for a few hours in a book.
I also enjoy country music, so I thought for sure I would like Nashville Sweetheart.
All in all Nashville Sweetheart was a good read, but I did have a hard time following along. Not sure if it was just me, not being able to focus, or just getting confused as to who was who. Some stories just seem to flow well, but for me, Nashville Sweetheart stumbled around.
From the publisher:
What do you do when the past you’ve been dodging shows up at your door with cameras rolling?
Aubrey James ruled the charts as the queen of country for over a decade. She’d rocketed to fame in the shadow of her parents’ death—both of them pioneers in gospel music. But while her public life—high-profile romances and fights with Music Row execs—made for juicy tabloid headlines, the real and private Aubrey has remained a media mystery.
When a former band member betrays Aubrey’s trust and sells an “exclusive” to a tabloid, the star knows she must go public with her story. But Aubrey’s private world is rocked when the Inside NashVegas interviewer is someone from her past—someone she’d hoped to forget.