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Curl Up & Dye by Sharon Sala

February 28, 2014 - Amy Phelps
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Sharon Sala brings the story of a small town beauty parlor and a would be romance in "The Curl Up & Dye."

LilyAnn Bronte was a beauty queen cheerleader who was dating the star quarterback. When after graduation, he joined the Army and was killed in Iraq, LilyAnn became known as his 'widow' - and not much else. Now, 11 years later, while getting her hair done at the Curl Up & Dye, she sees a handsome bad boy breeze into town and thinks she may be interested in dating again. Little does LilyAnn know, but her next door neighbor and best friend, Mike, has always been in love with her. He's about to give up, especially since he's heard that she's interested in dating - and it's not him. When Mike pulls away, LilyAnn gets sad. Is there a chance for this romance?

There's an interesting cast of characters in the mix here, not only LilyAnn and Mike, but also the bad boy T.J., the "bad girl" Rachel, and Ruby, Mabel Jean, Vera and Vesta of the beauty shop. I really enjoyed LilyAnn and Mike's romance, and the ending is very satisfying.

"The Curl Up & Dye" is published by Sourcebooks. It is $14.99 and 288 pages long.


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