Sing A New Song

The pampered diva is about to meet her match.

If you read the first two in the series, you know Gloria makes life difficult for those around her. When the spotlight shifted, she pursued a new stage. But after the diva face-plants into a mop bucket on her first day, it's finally time for her to learn to sing a new song.

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The pampered diva is about to meet her match.

Songbird Gloria Houghton has always needed to be the center of attention, but the spotlight has shifted. Seeking fame and a fresh start, she finds a new stage in Branson, Missouri…only to risk being replaced by a manipulative rival. If Gloria can’t be the star, who is she?

Jack-of-all-trades Nick Sherwood is just one leaf on a vast family tree that includes restaurant chefs, hotel owners, and even the headline act at a family-owned theater. He’s seen how fame can blind a person with jealousy and is more-than-content to stay in the background thank you very much. If only he wasn’t so fascinated–and irritated–by the newest addition to the staff.

After a disaster of a first impression and financial difficulties land Gloria in the humblest of jobs—with Nick as her boss—it might be time for her to learn to sing a new song.

If you like strong families, country music, and redeemed villains, then you’ll love this next chapter in The Wardrobe series by Candee Fick.

Sing A New Song
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Author:
Series: The Wardrobe Dinner Theater, Book 3
Genre: Inspirational Romance
Publication Year: 2019
Format: ebook, paperback, hardcover, and audio
Length: novel
Narrator: Steven A. Gannett
ASIN: B08MBML99P
ISBN: 9781938499548
Rating:

List Price: 11.95
eBook Price: 3.99
Audiobook Price: 9.99
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