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Diana Palmer - 40 Books. Read more · Diana Palmer - 18 Stand Alone Books · Read more Palmer, Diana - Long Tall Texans 18 - Beloved Simon Hart. After the Music book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It all started as a bestthing.info was only pretending to be engage. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. The prolific author of more than one hundred books, Diana Palmer got her start as a newspaper reporter. A New York Times.


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It was captivating. Diana Palmer surprised me because although there were so many sexual contacts between Thorn and Sabina, they have never gone too far. Some readers wouldn't like this book because of it, but some would still love it. The plot twist made me gasped in surprise. After the Music brought me joy, laughters and tears. I loved this book so much. A fascinating read and one of my all time favorites. View all 8 comments.

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Feb 16, Leona rated it liked it Recommended to Leona by: I have this categorized under romance I think This was my very first DP novel. For being a romance addict, that's quite a statement. I have always avoided this author because she has a reputation of writing singularly ruthless, "bad ass", abusive heroes. Though, I love a "bad boy" hero, I stop at abusive.

There is nothing sexy or loving about abuse, no matter how you sugar coat it. So I picked this one up, with great hesitation and trepidation.

Surprisingly, it wasn't as bad as I thought i I have this categorized under romance I think Surprisingly, it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Also, the heroine could "dish" it right back which made for some fun moments. The author did a great job of writing an intelligent man who had more between the "ears" than his "legs".

Always a good trait to have in a hero. Consequently, hero ran around with a chip on his shoulder larger than the state of Texas, but who could blame him? All in all, this worked for me on the romance front. Especially the long "grovel" at the end. I thought it was absolutely appropriate and commensurate to the crime committed.

However, I ended up rating this only 3 stars because the passion between the two just felt "forced". I thought the author went out of her way to push the envelope and write some "naughty" sex scenes, which ended up feeling tasteless rather than passionate. Don't get me wrong, I'm not a prude, BUT there was just some special chemistry missing between these two that left me cold. View all 11 comments.

Aug 16, Aayesha Khatri rated it liked it Shelves: Edited on 6th August, I cannot believe the number of times I have added: Have I become less immature in these past 2 years? Please tell me that I have. It was full of hair-wrenching angst and sweetness and She had such a big heart, was strong and indepe Edited on 6th August, I cannot believe the number of times I have added: She had such a big heart, was strong and independent and fell completely head over heels for the hero.

She always gives me what I want from a story. Doesn't she know how much I like a heroine who's not afraid to admit her love for the hero? Oh how I love a good Diana Palmer grovel!

It was so sweet and intense. The story was a meh story, it was really typical. I didn't care much for the rock singer theme or the opera singer theme for that matter. The side characters' romance was cute and fluffy. And as usual, DP's writing was up to the mark. I love this woman: View all 9 comments. I just loved this book even when the hero was a jerk I still liked him. A swoon worthy hero and a sassy heroine what a winning combo. They both have issues but when he goes to her in the hospital and takes her home, my heart just melted.

But the most powerful scene when he tell her he knows about her mother after she sings for him at his party, I was in tears. Was it was awesome! Read it and see. The most powerful emotional read by DP without sex.

Feb 24, Jenny rated it it was amazing Shelves: Rock star Sabina Cane had a crappy childhood. She doesn't want anyone knowing about her business or trying to socialize with her. She doesn't want to repeat the same mistakes her mother made in her past.

She doesn't want marriage or love or commitment. I admired her inner strength and her struggle to remain positive and find the light despite her broken heart. Thorn is also haunted by his past. He does his best to push people away from getting to know him. He wasn't expecting his brother's fiance Rock star Sabina Cane had a crappy childhood. He wasn't expecting his brother's fiance, the feisty Sabina, to make him feel all the things he refused to feel.

He tries to seduce her and ends up hurting and publicly humiliating her in the worst way possible. He really had to grovel to get her to accept his heartfelt apology. Super romantic, emotional read! Diana Palmer is simply the best! Sabina is a barely surviving, locally famous rockstar who spends her time enjoying whatever she has in life and helping her down on luck neighbors.

Thorn is prejudiced and is rude- but Sabina is a strong heroine who fights fire with Fire. Instant attraction betw "After the Music" is the love story of Thorn and Sabina. Instant attraction between the two but he goes beyond limits to hurt her.. Heavy dose of angst in this sweet love story. Safe 3. Feb 12, Bubu rated it it was amazing Shelves: All the the reviews said it and indeed i loved this book. I really liked Sabina she was kind and likable and held her head high.

The reveal scene.. Thorn was cruel sometimes.. The aftermath of his trying to drag her was the best.. The grovel was great -you go boy!!! Sep 30, Aou rated it really liked it Shelves: I could almost hate you for making me vulnerable, even physically.

But of course the Harveyland is full of emotional freaks.

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Sep 30, Margo rated it really liked it. There are a lot of really accurate reviews, and what makes this a really good book is that it's a chance to see a Diana Palmer H experience legitimate consequences for his behavior, but at the same time, you really can see that he loves her despite his jerkiness.

Nov 25, Simona rated it it was amazing Shelves: A beautiful DP experience with a tough cookie H and a feisty and sweet h with loads of tugs to heartstrings. The tension between Thorn and Sabrina as they get close is so thick and hot that you feel scorched by their passion. I loved how much H has to suffer and grovel to win her back.

A peculiar thing I've been noticing in my recent DP reads is that her characterization of her heroes is much different than their age. Like what year old uses sentences like this to describe himself, "Forget it A beautiful DP experience with a tough cookie H and a feisty and sweet h with loads of tugs to heartstrings. Like what year old uses sentences like this to describe himself, "Forget it.

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I must be going soft in my old age. I wish Ms Palmer was allowed to keep that age gap as she does them so beautifully and I absolutely adore her May-December touches to her stories. And damn all those talk of having children and no epilogue. Feb 15, Onu rated it it was amazing Shelves: What if it doesn't work out? Ah, but what if it does. But love is a gamble and if you don't take the risk you might miss out on the most awesome feeling in the world.

Sabine and Thorn were two such people hiding behind their masks, refusing to let anyone near them. Some may feel that Thorn, the hero was cruel and abusive.

I believe it was a sham. His rough demeanor hid a lonely, vulnerable man who was afraid to love and be loved. I am glad Sabine saw right through him and was not afraid to love him and take a risk.

This was such a wonderful book and it has reinstated my belief in love, true love. There was nothing extraordinary about the storyline. But it was so well written and tugged at my heart strings and made me shed some tears.

I am definitely going to re read this again sometime when I to reinstate my belief in love. One of my favorites. View all 14 comments. I'm still riding the high that was this book! The MCs were perfectly matched and the story was deliciously angsty. I loved the h Sabina, she's just about perfect. Our H, Thorn was a huge manwhore but for some crazy reason I didn't mind it.

I'm sure it was the writing. DP let's us know about his history with women but doesn't rub it in our face. The story brought out so much emotion and the grovel at the end was just enough. I believed in their romance and their HEA. I really loved this 4. I really loved this one! Aug 02, Janie rated it really liked it Shelves: August 4 The story in itself isn't really different from many of DP's other novels, however Sabina's personality and the banter between the hero and heroine is what really sets this book from DP's other works.

She's no shrinking violet and neither is she the doormat, that most DP heroines are. All in all she's amazeballs!! I loved the banter between Thorn and Sabina, like cat and dog really. View all 5 comments. May 12, Lulu Ali rated it it was ok Shelves: I don't think I would have forgiven the love interest for what he did.

Jan 23, Jacqueline J rated it it was ok Shelves: He done her wrong and then had to grovel to get back in her good graces. This was decent. I think because honestly DPs earlier stuff is better than her later stuff.

But some of the events seemed a bit of a stretch. The thing which he did to get her to break up her engagement to his brother just made him look like a fool which is not really something I like for my h read this even though I'm not a DP fan because it fit the theme I was looking for.

The thing which he did to get her to break up her engagement to his brother just made him look like a fool which is not really something I like for my heroes. And furthermore, it was just asinine that he even thought anyone would care.

She's a rock musician whose mother was a high class prostitute. Really who cares? Apr 23, FeliciaKaren rated it really liked it Shelves: Give me some children.

I'll download you a new bathrobe and let you sing in my nightclub. He got up, smoothing his hair. Jul 23, Amanda S. I loved it! This book, is surprisingly good. I loved how raw the Hero felt after 'hurting' the heroine and it's like addiction. I just can't stop reading it until the very last page. Dec 30, Tabitha Ormiston-Smith rated it did not like it. I didn't like this. There's nothing sexy about abusive men. Omg so brilliant I'm in love with the story worth to read multiple times.

Sabina is very brave yet so innocent and vulnerable while our hero is hiding in a hard and Ruthless mask he keeps on while growing to keep distance from everyone cause of broken-hearted he'd experienced. I never skip any pages as i usually do when the POV got me bored.

This one will be placed on my favorite folder. Jul 26, Charlie rated it really liked it Shelves: What can I say about this one that hasn't already been said. The H is a really horrible piece of work and he does something pretty unforgivable to the h. He deserved to rot in hell quite honestly and although he pulls of a pretty good grovel. Quite honestly he deserved the punch in mouth not his brother!

The h forgave faaar to easily! Heroe in this novel is a true piece of work. What he did to her was just mean. No, scratch that. It was awful! I'm so glad she didn't take him back as soon as he said he was sorry. He had to grovel for her forgiveness, and I always love it when that happens. Jan 20, Pam rated it really liked it Shelves: Loved the Herione she had great spunk.

Hero got better a typical Palmer jerk. Mar 09, postcrdprincess rated it really liked it Shelves: I love her Alpha male characters. They are the type that when you first come across them in the story, you want to punch them for their mean and nasty behavior. But, as the story progresses you realize that they would do anything for the woman that they love. They just have a hard time making themselves vulnerable because of past experiences with women. She had a tortured soul because of what she witness happening to her mother.

One of the few men she did trust was Al Thorndon, her best friend.

Now Al Thorndon, although he was a nice guy, in my opinion he needed to grow a backbone when it came to standing up to his brother. It seemed at times that his brother was more like a father figure then a brother, but that was no excuse for Al letting Thorn treat him the way he did. Diana Palmer is one of my favorite romance authors, and I am always excited about reading her books, and her books are ones that I actually collect. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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I could almost hate you for making me vulnerable, even physically. Great story, well written and so good reading. Yes, I did find it outdated but I did think that the writing was excellent and I probably would have given it a ranking of between 3. Harlequin Digital Sales Corp. There's nothing sexy about abusive men. Most all of her books are the same theme - boy meets girls, hates girl, loves girl, hates girl, etc. The story brought out so much emotion and the grovel at the end was just enough.

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