The Darling Songbirds

The Darling Songbirds

From international bestseller Rachael Herron, comes a book too delightful to put down:

The saloon had always looked old-fashioned, but now it resembled a set in a ghost town. The problem was that Adele wasn't in an old western, or a ghost town. Darling Bay was the sleepy gold-rush town her great-grandfather had given his name to.

The town she'd left for good a long time ago.

The building is a ruin, the business is broke and customers are scarce. Add into the mix Nate Houston - the handsome, guitar-playing bartender who had always believed he would be the next owner - and Adele has one potent cocktail on her hands.

Can a rundown saloon in a sleepy town finally offer Adele a way into love?

Title:The Darling Songbirds
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    The Darling Songbirds Reviews

  • Anne OK

    Sweet and pretty standard fare for a little family drama, some country music, an old saloon left to three sisters by their uncle who they haven't seen in 11 years. Once they were a popular group - fam...

  • Sharon

    Really just could not get behind this couple at all. The female lead was so completely unlikable - there was just no redemption for her selfish behavior both in the past and in the time of the current...

  • Crazy for Books (Stephanie)

    I didn't love it. It was okay as an audiobook. I don't know if I would have finished reading if I had to actually read it myself....

  • Kristen Holt

    DNFI'm sorry, but as a natural born Texan, with most of my relatives living in, or being from Texas or Oklahoma, I just can't get behind a trio of girls who grew up four hours north of San Francisco s...

  • Joni Fisher

    This poignant, funny story reveals the complex relationships between sisters. As teenagers they sang in harmony as the Darling Songbirds, reaching for their shared musical career. When the group broke...

  • Sallie Page

    A lovely story about finding 'home', and that sometimes the reasons for pursuing a dream may not have been the right ones to keep the dream alive. ...

  • Katie Kelly

    A sweet country music story. There wasn’t much unexpected in this story. But nothing I didn’t like. Overall good story. ...

  • Tea

    Despite the good storytelling...and the very real feel to the way plot played out, I found it hard to get past my dislike of Adele, the main character. She's not a horrible person, but she did two hor...

  • Carolyn

    Rachael is a dear friend of mine and a fantastic writer. This is one of her lighter books--for romance lovers. She also writes weightier tomes such as Splinters of Light and Pack Up the Moon, books I ...

  • Beth Amy

    Oh, no, not this one tooAnother cute story ruined by a sex how-to manual - pages of it - & speaking as a retired nurse, a very, VERY unrealistic sex manual, one that zmakes the Kama Sutra look easy. T...