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The Sweetest Gift - by Pamela Warren

By Mandolin Cafe
November 29, 2012 - 9:30 am

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The Sweetest Gift - by Pamela Warren

The Sweetest Gift - by Pamela Warren

Boston, Mass.The Sweetest Gift is a new novel by Pamela Warren, a sequel to her original amazon.com Kindle Select Program title The Gift.

The Sweetest Gift continues the story of Maggie Mae Williams, singer/songwriter and bluegrass mandolinist.

It has been five years since the end of the first book. Maggie has found out that her husband Zak, the charismatic lead guitarist of the Cajun blues/rock band the Bayou Blasters, has been having an affair with their children's nanny.

Maggie divorces Zak and moves to Nashville to live with her music partner Tucker Travis. After winning several Grammy awards, Maggie and Tucker have become famous as the King and Queen of Country music.

They are engaged and about to be married, when Justin, the former bass player in Maggie's bluegrass band Little Maggie, returns from his self-imposed five year exile.

He has finally decided to reveal a secret that turns everyone's world upside down and causes Maggie to reassess the direction of her life.

"Like the previous book, The Sweetest Gift is being released first as an eBook for amazon's Kindle and should be available in hard copy in the very near future," said author Warren.

Additional information:
Purchase: For Kindle

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Mike Bunting
November 29, 2012 03:06 PM
I tried reading her first book, and as much as I was willing to overlook because I really wanted to enjoy a mando related book for the fun of it, I couldn't finish it. The writing is extremely sophomoric and prosaic, it just plods its way through an empty plot. While not exactly great literature, Tom Bibey's books are far more fun and much better written.
Kaboodle
December 01, 2012 09:33 AM
As you can probably tell from the descriptions of the books,"The Gift" and
"The Sweetest Gift" would probably fall into the category of women's fiction. They are
written about a woman bluegrass mandolinist and contain plenty of bluegrass and mandolin content. If you have any questions about the quality of the writing, you can go to Amazon and use the "Inside the Book" feature. There are samples of the first five chapters of "The Gift" and the first three chapters of "The Sweetest Gift".
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