Dreaming in Character

G.L. Jackson

Some Kind of Magic

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Some Kind of MagicSome Kind of Magic by Mary Ann Marlowe
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Those of us who write rock & roll romances know there’s a certain beat you have to meet to keep readers entertained and interested. Unsurprisingly, it’s a lyrical and flowing pace, and I’m so happy to say this book meets the mark. An earnest, honest musician? A discriminating, snarky scientist? A family connection to the music biz? All those items get checked off in this lovely debut book from a talented and accessible writer.

My favorite thing about Some Kind of Magic has to be the writing. Marlowe’s prose doesn’t try to seduce readers into appreciating it. It’s simply there to tell the story in the manner of some of my favorite authors. She doesn’t need smoke and mirrors to be engaging or to draw readers in–her plot and characters do that all by themselves.

If you’re looking for a light, fun, breezy, and sexy romp through the world of rock music (and science), you can’t go wrong with this book. It’s thoroughly enjoyable.

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Author: G.L. Jackson

Writer, reader, amateur photographer. Mostly, I just like pretending to be a different person each day of the week.

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