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Series: Cricket Creek
Published by Signet Eclipse on October 7th 2014
Reviewed by Melissa
Cricket Creek, Kentucky, is no Nashville—it’s a sweet, small town outside the big-city limelight. But here, two headstrong country music stars will need to rely on their Southern roots and explosive chemistry to top the charts together. When Cat Carson drops her record label and signs with an independent label based in Cricket Creek, it’s a huge upset in the music world. But the residents of Cricket Creek are thrilled to have a real country music star in their midst. Everyone except Jeff Greenfield, that is—a local rising star himself, who’s been asked to record a duet with the stunning beauty. Jeff grew up on a farm, but his smooth, soulful country style is starting to get him noticed outside Cricket Creek. And while a duet with Cat Carson could send his career skyrocketing, he doesn’t want to lose touch with his roots—or lose his head. Because sparks are flying every time he and Cat hit the studio. And it’s more than a little distracting....
Country star Cat Carson is ready for a change. She switches music labels, a move that brings her to Cricket Creek and Jeff Greenfield. Jeff is not a big fan of Cat’s brand of country music, he’s all about classic country. Now their label wants them to do a duo together. From the moment they meet it’s a case of opposites attracting and being forced to work together is not what either had anticipated. But as they spend more and more time together the differences between them seem not to matter any longer.
Sweet Harmony is the first Cricket Creek novel that I’ve had the pleasure of reading. I found myself giggling several times at Cat’s clumsiness and wanting to shake Jeff for his stubbornness. I enjoyed myself so much that I am now forced to find all of the other Cricket Creek books to read. Thank you Luann McLane!