Tuesday, October 22, 2013

A Little Bit Country by S.J. Frost

Author: S.J. Frost
Publisher: MLR Press
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ISBN: MLR-1-02013-0128
Genre: {M/M} Contemporary
Rating: Golden Blush Award
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx 


Lead singer Ash Ivers is not all rock and roll; Ash is A Little Bit Country when it comes to a certain singing cowboy. After years of trading verbal insults through the media, meeting country music singer Jackson Abrams face to face at a benefit concert motivates Ash to save the horse and ride the cowboy. 

A Little Bit Country is a well written romantic comedy. The plot features the emotional mayhem of a public life versus the lack of privacy. All of the characters are extremely engaging, even the scoundrels inspire a respectable quantity of indignation from the readers. Ash maintains a bad boy rock star image for the public; however he is actually a very thoughtful easygoing man. Ash constantly changes his hair style as a way to broaden his connection with fans. His public exhibits of outrage are really vents regarding the disrespect displayed by others.

Jackson has a straightforward charismatic personality. His career is not just for fame; Jackson truly cares about helping people. Jackson chose to hide his sexuality from the public because of the image for that music genre. Although Jackson chose to sing country music, as well as live in Texas, he did not choose his sexuality. Jackson understood there are some people who refuse to accept the fact that being born gay is not a lifestyle.

S.J. Frost has created a magnificent saga that I thoroughly enjoyed. The storyline illustrates sensitive issues that most readers can relate to. Such as does privacy exist? What’s more, why is the public entitled to know everything about law abiding people? Other subjects highlighted are fake friends, jealousy along with fake Christians.  The characters have realistic personality traits so expressive that I laughed, got misty eyed as well as infuriated on the behalf of Jackson. I highly recommend A Little Bit Country.  

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