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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1996 - Fiction - 300 pages
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Lena Durant traded dreams of a singing career for a more practical one: a job in Manhattan insurance company. Now, determined to fill the emptiness of her life, she enters a club's amateur night competition. As she fill the room with the magic of her voice, she is unaware of one man in the audience, capitivated by every move she makes, every note she sings.

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About the author (1996)

New Yorker Loure Bussey always knew what she wanted to be: a writer and a singer. During college, she explored her passion for each profession. After graduation, working in various corporations is what paid the bills. Still, deep down she was hungry to make her dreams come true. While honing her vocal talent in recording studios with gifted musicians, she learned to compose R&B, pop, jazz, and gospel music. She also wrote a short story about a young, psychic woman, which she sold to a romance confession magazine. It led to the publication of fifty-six short stories. After spending one summer writing her first novel, Loure was ecstatic when an editor offered her a two-book contract. Now, a best-selling author of twelve novels, her steamy, thrilling page-turners are highly acclaimed by readers and reviewers. For each novel, Loure creates a song. Many of the tunes are on her debut CD "Dreams Do Come True.

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