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by Ann O'Leary

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ISBN:
1594932514
ISBN13:
978-1594932519
Author:
Ann O'Leary
Publisher:
Bella Books (April 18, 2011)
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Pages:
248 pages
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1343 kb
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1319 kb
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Rating:
4.2

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Julia's Song A voice like rich velvet, hair like amber silk and a body that ignites her legions of fans.

Ann M. O'Leary (born 1971) is an American political advisor, lawyer, and nonprofit leader, who currently serves as Chief of Staff to California Governor Gavin Newsom. Earlier in her career, she served as a senior policy advisor in the Bill Clinton Administration and as legislative director to Senator Hillary Clinton

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Julia's Song


A voice like rich velvet, hair like amber silk and a body that ignites her legions of fans, Samantha Knight is the rare lesbian singer to make it to pop stardom. Her arrival and performances in Australia have been assigned to reviewer Julia Moran for coverage. Samantha's sexuality isn't a problem for Julia - she believes in live and let live.

She's not prepared for the onslaught of female adoration directed at Samantha, and anyone in her entourage. Her reporting extended to include a full feature and report of the entire tour, Julia finds herself strangely disturbed and strangely excited in depths her previous relationships hadn't even begun to reach.

For her part, Samantha is deeply intrigued by the reporter. Their shared love of music creates a bond she also finds strangely disturbing...and exciting. But Sam has boundaries, and they don't include straight women. originally published in 1998 by Naiad Press.

Reviews:
  • Brakree
Terrific romance set in the world of today's music industry. 34 year old Samantha made it to the big time three years ago. The Georgia native is far from home touring Australia with her band and the tour is about to end in two weeks. 33 year old Australian Julia is a highly regarded journalist for a popular entertainment magazine. Julia has been divorced for 8 years and has no desire to get involved in a relationship any time soon.

This is a very passionate story as the two women are attracted to each other on every level. They dance around their feelings. The atmosphere is heavily laden with wants and desires. Very well written. The character development is very satisfying and the two main characters come with all the little details that make them a complete person to the reader. I enjoyed this novel so much that a future short story involving the Julia and Samantha would be most welcome.

I especially enjoyed reading about women who were so self confident in themselves and their talents as they relate to their careers.

I found this a deeply satisfying read and not a simple lite hearted romp of a romance.

I wish there were more than three novels from this author

This is a Keeper!
  • Tygokasa
Could not put this down! Like one of the other reviewer's, I read this in one sitting. I was laughing and crying right beside Julia and Samantha! What a wonderful roller coaster of a ride. Must Read!
  • Vozuru
Well written and very entertaining. Will look for more by same author. Do recomend!
  • TheSuspect
I loved it. Short sweet.
  • Granirad
Julia is an Austrailian entertainment writer assigned to do a story on lesbian rock sensation Samantha. The sparks that fly between them confuse them both because Julia is sure she's straight and so is Sam. However, Julia finds feelings for Sam that she never felt for a man and slowly begins to realize that sex has always been ho-hum because it's been with the wrong gender. Sam is smitten immediately, trys to back off but can't. They finally get together and you think everything is fine and then Sam starts to worry about the continental divide and basically cuts and runs or rather Julia does but only after Sam's rejection. The rest of the story follows the two in different places with both trying to work out their feelings. Even till the very end you don't know if this going to be a happily ever after story or not. Will Sam finally listen to her heart instead of her head? Look for solutions instead of blockades? Can the continental divide be breatched? Read and find out.
  • Kagrel
For those hopeless romantics out there looking for great lesbian romance novels with compelling, well-written storylines and gorgeous, passionate characters, Ann O'Leary's books are for you. Julia's Song is my favorite of O'Leary's three novels - I couldn't put it down. I was completely enthralled by the story of its two unforgettable main characters - Samantha Knight, a dynamic, out American rock star touring Australia and Julia Moran, an Australian journalist covering the tour - so much, I was left wanting for more. A recurring theme in each of O'Leary's novels - including Letting Go and The Other Woman - is overcoming fear and allowing love to come into your life. This is one you'll read over and over again. You won't be disappointed in any of O'Leary's novels - especially Julia's Song.
  • Liarienen
For those hopeless romantics out there looking for great lesbian romance novels with compelling, well-written storylines and gorgeous, passionate characters, Ann O'Leary's books are for you. Julia's Song is my favorite of O'Leary's three novels - I couldn't put it down. I was completely enthralled by the story of its two unforgettable main characters - Samantha Knight, a dynamic, out American rock star touring Australia and Julia Moran, an Australian journalist covering the tour - so much, I was left wanting for more. A recurring theme in each of O'Leary's novels - including Letting Go and The Other Woman - is overcoming fear and allowing love to come into your life. This is one you'll read over and over again. You won't be disappointed in any of O'Leary's novels - especially Julia's Song.
I agree with an earlier review - the story *is* promising.
However, I think the characters are two dimensional, and I felt disappointed when I read through to the end and wasn't hooked by any part of the story - plot/characters/delivery.
I was particularly disappointed with this novel, because I recently purchased Ann o'Leary's other novel 'The Other Woman'. It was a FANTASTIC read. In fact, I found it hard to believe that this novel was written by the same author...
If you want a quality read go and buy 'The Other Woman' over 'Julia's Song'.