Book Reviews of After The Music

After The Music
After The Music
Author: Diana Palmer
ISBN-13: 9781551664521
ISBN-10: 1551664526
Publication Date: 6/1/1998
Pages: 251
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 58 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Not her best, but still a good read!
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Helpful Score: 4
I liked this book, would rate it higher than 3 stars.
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Helpful Score: 4
Loved Sabina & Thorn's story! Waited a long time to read this story.
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Helpful Score: 4
This a cute book. One of the cutest I have read by Diana Palmer. It was a fun read with everything that went wrong.
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Helpful Score: 3
I thought this was very good!
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Solid as a rock. Rock star Sabina Crane had heard plenty about the wealthy Hamilton Regan Thorndon III, head honcho of Thorn Oil, His brother, Al, warned her of Thorn's reputation for breaking hearts, but singing was Sabrina's life and she was grateful for any work she could get. She and her band would take the gig in the New Orleans nightclub, even if it was owned by Mr. Thorndon III
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It all started as a joke. Sabina was only pretending to be engaged to her best friend, millionaire Al Thorndon. Al had talked her into this scheme as a way to trick his older brother, Thorn. Al had not choice but to lie. And to make Sabina his accomplice.
Sabina thought that it would be for just one night. When Thorn accused her of being a gold digger, Sabina just laughed it off. She didn't think of the repercussions-that Thorn would dig up her long-buried secrets. Revealing them now would destroy everything she'd worked so hard to put behind her. But she couldn't let her best friend down, could she?
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It all started as a joke.Sabina was only pretendingto be engaged to her best friend,millionaire Al Thorndon.Al had talked her into this scheme as a way to trick his older brother,Thorn.Al had no choice but to lie.And to make Sabina his accomplice.
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It started as a joke. Sabina was only pretending to be engaged to her best friend, millionaire Al Thorndon. Al had talked her into this scheme as a way to trick his older brother Thorn. Al had no choice but to lie. And to make Sabina his accomplice. Sabina thought it would be for just one night. When Thorn accused her of being a gold digger, Sabina just laughed it off. She didn't think of the repercussions--that Thorn would dig up her long-buried secrets. Revealing them now would destroy everything she'd worked so hard to put behind her. But she couldn't let her best friend down, could she?
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It all started as a joke. Sabina was only PRETENDING to be engaged to her best friend, millionaire Al Thorndon. Al had talked her into thie scheme as a way to trick his older brother, Thorn. Al had no choice but to lie. And to make Sabina his accomplice.

Sabina thought that it would be for just one night. When Thorn accused her of being a gold digger, Sabina just laughed it off. She sisn't think of the repercussions--that Thorn would dig up her long-buried secrets. Revealing them now would destroy everything she'd worked so hard to put behind her. But she coucln't let her best friend down, could she?