Book Reviews of Alone in a Crowd

Alone in a Crowd
Alone in a Crowd
Author: Georgia Bockoven
ISBN-13: 9780061082160
ISBN-10: 0061082163
Publication Date: 3/1995
Pages: 336
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
I very much enjoyed this storyline. Alittle familiar at first but had some good plot twists. It was a relief from heated love scenes for a change,as we all know how it is done:) I recommend this book for an enjoyable read.
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Cole Webster was a legend in country music when he was in a motorcycle accident that altered his appearance drastically. While he waited to heal, he stepped into anonymity and returned to what life was like before he became famous. It was somewhat of a culture shock to go back to the basics, but when he met Holly, love beckoned after the inevitable obstacles. Holly had no idea that Cole was who he was, and much later when she discovered his true identity, another crisis had occurred that threatened to separate them. The ending to this story neatly wraps everything up with an unexpected twist that will leave readers breathless and delighted at the same time. A must-read for music lovers, romantics, and optimists.