Jenna Sinclair has devoted her life to her music. The talented violinist believes that her passion for music will prohibit her from having a home and family. The daughter of a self-absorbed opera singer, she was raised by her loving grandmother, an equally-talented singer, who gave up a life on stage to make a home with the man she loved.
When Jennaís grandmother dies, Jenna is left with a diary of her grandmotherís sexual exploits and the quest to recover the second volume of the boudoir memoirs, along with a collection of erotic jewelry. Her search leads her to Texas, and the ranch of Sam Winchester. The rugged rancher has had his fill of city women, however, and had no intention of letting a pampered artiste ride roughshod over his domain.
Jenna surprises Sam with her enthusiasm and willingness to meet him halfway. Add her talent and beauty to the mix, and the attraction between them simmers with heat.
The Diva Diaries is a charming romance, with some excellent characterizations and vivid imagery. The author has just the right blend of conflict and romance. Reading this book is a wonderful way to spend a lazy afternoon.