Nicole is a small town girl who took over
her father’s bait business when he passed away and then added
a bakery to the small business. She has settled into a
routine, but she still wants to be a bit adventurous.
Especially after she finally feels rid of the lying, cheating
boyfriend she threw out after he tried to blame her for his
cheating. So she decides if she can win the local karaoke
contest, go on to the finals and win the NASCAR race tickets
that just might be something to jumpstart the process.
Brian “Tag” Taggert has come to this
small town for a number of reasons. The father that abandoned
him and his mother, years ago, has left him property. As well,
since being wounded in the service he is looking for a job
while he heals. He never expected to run into a singing angel
at the bar where he is the new bartender. He is especially
unprepared to be aroused within seconds of seeing her. No one
has aroused him in quite a while.
Are they just satisfying their quick lust
for each other or do they really have the foundation for
Karaoke at the Tumbleweed
helps bring home the point that you don't have to be a size
two to be seductive or attractive to others. It is also a
story about how love, and lust, can do wonders for ones
self-confidence and self-worth. Ms. Lynne, as usual, has
created a number of super erotic scenes within her story and
you will want to keep a fan handy, phew. I found Nicole to be
a strong but understanding heroine and rooted for her at every
turn. If you want a quick read that is both erotic and
thoughtful then Karaoke at the Tumbleweed is one
book you will need to pick up.