Saturday, January 15, 2011

Review: Songbirds by KJ Reed

by: K.J. Reed
$4.45 ebook
Ellora's Cave
Contemporary Erotica / Menage
Released: November 2010

Cross Strickland, a man who thought he had everything a music empire, fame and fortune. The only thing missing was love. Yeah sure he could have gotten any female he wanted but it was never love. That is until Hobbs, one of his scouts found Ava Monroe and Knight McKay.

Ava and Knight, best friends and former lovers, work in a bar and sing at the bar when they can. All that changed when they met a man named Hobbs. On orders from his boss, Cross Strickland, Hobbs offered Ava and Knight a chance to record for Imperial Records. Both Ava and Knight wanted to think about the offer so they asked Hobbs if he could give them a day to make the decision. By the end of the night they made the decision to go for it.

Once Ava and Knight meet Cross they all have a instant attraction to each other. Cross is fine with the attraction he has for Ava but he is not so comfortable with the attraction he has for Knight. It scares him so much he tries to distance himself from them both, but one night he stops by the hotel Ava and Knight are staying at and everything changes.

Cross puts as much distance between him, Ava and Knight. Feeling abandoned Ava and Knight turned down the recording contract that was offered and go back home to their old life. A little while after both Ava and Knight got back into the swing of things at home they get a phone call letting them know that Cross was injured and is in critical condition. Both Ava and Knight are hurt but they agree that they should return to Cross and help him with his recovery. Cross has to make the decision to either let his fears take over or let love and happiness complete his life.

I really like the drama and the conflict of feelings between the characters and loved how things ended. And even though it is a short read it is worth it.

Sarah gives this book a

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for taking the time to review Songbirds, Sarah! I'm very glad you enjoyed the book.

    KJ Reed