Lady Sings the Blues by Mallery Malone

Samhain Publishing

Interracial Romance, Red Hots!

ISBN: 978-1-60504-051-6

Reviewed by:  Vivian

   

 

Alina has used her alter ego, The Scarlet Lady, in her club to help attract customers.  She also has a local blues band fronted by Joshua Hanover bringing them in.  She is attracted to Josh, but does not want to become another groupie.

When Josh writes and debuts a new song for The Scarlet Lady, he tries to get her up on stage to dance.  When the dance leaves them both panting and wanting more, Alina tries to relieve her tension by running off to her office.  Josh decides to join her.  Permanently.  But is he after Alina or The Scarlet Lady?

Lady Sings the Blues is a moving story about how love is blind.  Literally.  Josh’s blindness does not stop him from pursuing Alina.  He has a hard time convincing her that he really wants her and not her alter ego.  Mallery Malone did a wonderful job portraying these characters’ emotional journey.  Lady Sings the Blues is definitely a good read and you won’t be singing the blues.

 

     

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