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SARA'S SONG
by Fern Michaels

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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All hell breaks loose when rock star Dallas Lord arrives in the ER while Dr. Sara Killian is working. Dallas' best friend and band member, Billy Sweet, suffered a heart attack during a benefit concert. Despite Sara and the rest of the team's efforts, Billy dies of heart failure.

Something about Dallas attracts Sara from the first, and the feeling is mutual. When Dallas pursues her, Sara is torn between her feelings and her discomfort with his high-profile world. Dallas hides a secret that has made him feel inferior all his life. After a childhood accident, Dallas' ability to read and comprehend has been limited. His older brother Adam is the financial whiz in the family, and he manages the band. Friction has been growing between the brothers as each starts to question what they want in life.

A plane crash changes all their lives in an instant. The aftermath of the accident reveals the true nature of everyone surrounding the band. The value of one song could bring them together or drive them apart forever.

Two brothers and the woman who intrigues them both form the core of prolific author Fern Michaels's newest romantic tale. (Mar., 416 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Zebra

Published: March 1998

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