Out of the Blue by JoAnn Ross


2-star
Famous country singer reunites with her old teen boyfriend who left her to join the marines. In the meantime, she's  also busy  dealing with a psycho-stalker who kidnapped her years before & just escaped from prison, her lying ex-manager ex-husband, & the mystery of who shot her drummer. 

Just like Out of the Mist, this story about another Stewart sister was a bust. I've read other Ross books (i.e., Freefall, Blaze, Blue Bayou, Southern Comfort) & this one lacked the heat, organization, & excitement of her other books. Sexual chemistry & sex scenes were ok. Romance was woven with the suspense in a choppy, distracting way. Reading it was a chore since I had to sometimes go back a few pages to try to make sense of what was going on. Also, the heroine's reactions to all the current & past tragedies in her life was not very realistic or believable. 

Minimally recommended.

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