Thank you for stopping at my spot on Fearless Love Book Tour. This Online Book Tour is brought to you by Goddess Fish Promotions. I will provide you with a synopsis of the book, review, and a small bio from Meg Benjamin. Visit the other blogs on this Book Tour to learn more about this book.
MG Carmody never figured her musical dreams would crash against the reality of Nashville. Now the only thing she has going for her is her late grandfather’s chicken farm, which comes with molting hens that won’t lay, one irascible rooster, and a huge mortgage held by a ruthless opponent—her Great Aunt Nedda.
With fewer eggs to sell, MG needs extra money, fast. Even if it means carving out time for a job as a prep cook at The Rose—and resisting her attraction to its sexy head chef.
Joe LeBlanc has problems of his own. He’s got a kitchen full of temperamental cooks—one of whom is a sneak thief—a demanding cooking competition to prepare for, and an attraction to MG that could easily boil over into something tasty. If he could figure out the cause of the shy beauty’s lack of self confidence.
In Joe’s arms, MG’s heart begins to find its voice. But between kitchen thieves, performance anxiety, saucy saboteurs, greedy relatives, and one very pissed-off rooster, the chances of them ever making sweet music are looking slimmer by the day.
Meg Benjamin is an award-winning author of contemporary romance. Her Konigsburg series for Samhain Publishing is set in the Texas Hill Country. Book #3, Be My Baby, won a 2011 EPIC Award for Contemporary Romance. Book #4, Long Time Gone, received the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award for Indie Press Romance. Book #5, Brand New Me, won the Holt Medallion from Virginia Romance Writers and was nominated for Book Of the Year at Long and Short Reviews. Meg lives in Colorado with her DH and two rather large Maine coon kitties (well, partly Maine Coon anyway).
Her Web site is http://www.MegBenjamin.com
Meg loves to hear from readers—contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I really enjoyed this story and could not put it down. I really liked the characters they were well described and fit perfect for the story.
MG Carmody moved from Nashville to take care of her sick grandpa. When her grandfather died he left his small chicken farm to MG and told her not to sell it. She really didn’t know too much about chickens and really was not making much money selling the eggs. She needed to find something else to help pay the mortgage.
Joe LeBlanc was jogging past MG farm when he saw her and stopped. He offered to buy the eggs daily from her and also offered her a job at the Rose restaurant that he was the Head Chef at. Once working there Joe and MG got to know each other and started dating.
MG also started singing in some local clubs to help make extra money to help make ends meet. That was her love – playing her guitar, writing, and singing.
You will need to read the story to see what happens, does MG continue to sing? What happens with her and Joe? I think you will enjoy this book as much as I did. I am also going to read some of the other books that Meg wrote. I am sure they will be as interesting as this one.
Meg will be awarding a $10.00 Gift Card, winner’s choice, for Amazon, Sur la Table, iTunes, or Lush to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour.
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Kay…I think this may be the first time I’m at your blog. It’s so cute. My mom’s name is Daisy, so the daisies really caught my attention. Thanks for sharing your review. I’ve been popping in on the tour because it sounds like a fun book. Somehow, it seems “real” to read about someone who’s struggling to make ends meet and taking multiple jobs.
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Thank you for your review. So pleased you enjoyed it. I do like a book you just can’t put down.
Thanks for hosting me today. I’m so glad you enjoyed the book!
Thanks for coming to another part of the “hop” Catherine and Mary–I appreciate it!
Really good review. it makes the story sound like a lot of fun. Congratulations.
Thanks for the review!
The book sounds good.