Author: Margo Bond Collins

Taming the Country Star by Margo Bond Collins

Posted June 10, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Taming the Country Star by Margo Bond Collins

Fort Worth is one of my favorite places to visit, maybe because it’s the home of my mother, or maybe it’s because of the down home feel to it. When I started reading this book I had no idea what to expect, but I definitely didn’t expect to be transplanted to a place I consider my second home. The Stockyards is a magical place, especially if you are someone from Texas (like me, born and raised baby), and when Margo starts describing Jimmy’s (the local honky tonk) I can literally picture every concert I’ve ever been to at Billy Bob’s (the place I assume Margo based Jimmy’s on). Let’s just say this book held a special piece of my heart while I was reading it, so it was already starting at an advantage. This novella is very much a second chance novella. You, as the reader, never get to experience the first go round of Kylie and Cole’s romance, that’s reserved for just the two of them. But what you do know is that Kylie felt lied to because she didn’t know the truth of Cole’s identity and she had no problem walking away. I have to say I kinda liked that about Kylie right off the bat, not a lot of women could walk away from a handsome, famous, country star. But Kylie doesn’t care about those things, and she has a history with what can happen when the press is too interested in you. Kylie is wary of […]