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AMERICAN DIVA
by Julia London

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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London offers a fascinating peek inside the cutthroat world of the music industry and a backstage pass to the drama behind the celebrity tabloids. Several secondary characters are necessarily unlikable, but the leads are sympathetic, the dialogue smooth and the premise intriguing.

The life of 28-year-old pop diva Audrey LaRue is spinning out of control. Despite achieving music-idol status, fame is creating problems. Her Texan family is demanding, her manager/semi-boyfriend has ambitions of his own, she's getting threatening notes from a deranged "fan" and she has to face a man who challenges her behavior, thoughts and heart.

Former Air Force pilot Jack Price's business arranges extreme outings for wealthy clients. He meets Audrey on one such excursion and ends up signing on as her security for her first national tour. Though Jack dreams of starting his own flight school, his time with the talented singer has him dreaming about love as well. (BERKLEY, Aug., 314 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Marilyn Weigel

Publisher: Berkley

Published: August 2007

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