Book Review – Nashville Sweetheart

In Rachel Hauck’s novel Nashville Sweetheart, Aubrey James is country music’s superstar, well loved for over 10 years. Aubrey’s parents were gospel singing stars, and Aubrey grew up singing gospel praise songs. When Aubrey’s family is suddenly taken from her, she turns her back on God and clings to her quickly rising fame. Aubrey tries her hardest to keep her life private, however someone close to her betrays her trust and sells insider information in an effort to bring Aubrey down, and Aubrey is forced to go to the media to tell her own story and face her past.

This is a wonderfully written novel! Rachel has an amazing voice, and a great way of making the readers fall in love with the characters. I love the way that Rachel tells a story of hurt and pain, and keeps a line of faith running through it. I would recommend this book to my friends in a heartbeat.

 

*I received this book complements of BookLookBloggers in exchange for my honest review.*

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