Review: The Darling Songbirds by Rachael Herron

By Musing the Manuscript - 5:39 pm

Adele, Molly and Lana are the Darling Songbirds, the country-singing sisters who gained fame in their teens for their smart lyrics and sweet harmonies. But when their father died suddenly on the eve of their big tour, the group acrimoniously broke up.

Now, eleven years on, Adele arrives back in Darling Bay, the sleepy gold-rush town founded by her great-grandfather. For Uncle Hugh has bequeathed to the sisters his hotel and bar, the Golden Spike. 

Except this is not the welcoming saloon Adele remembers from her childhood. The building is a ruin, customers are scarce and the business is broke.

Add into the mix Nate Houston - the handsome, guitar-playing barman who had always believed he would be the next owner - and Adele has one potent cocktail on her hands.

She needs Molly and Lana now more than ever - but the heartache still runs deep. Can a run-down saloon in a sleepy town finally offer the sisters a way back home?

The Darling Songbirds is the first in a delightful romantic comedy series, filled with music, laughter and one sexy cowboy . . .

Rating: 3/5

This book contains sex scenes of a graphic nature.

Publisher: Penguin Random House
Publication Date: 2016
RRP: Not Known 

I paid $16.00 AUD from a major department store.

I purchased this book for my own collection and was not required to give a review.


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