A Different Tune

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When former paratrooper Scott Riley returns home from the war, he has one aim--to meet the girl of his dreams. Cassie has been his pen pal, and his light at the end of the tunnel through most of his war experience. He goes to her hometown on the Gulf Coast of Florida with marriage on his mind only to find that she has other plans for her future.

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About L.K. Campbell

L.K. Campbell started her writing career as a newspaper columnist for her hometown daily newspaper where she worked from 1986-2007. When she began writing fiction she wrote in the romance genre, because that was what she enjoyed reading. In 2000, she became the newspaper's composition supervisor. In 2007, she left the newspaper business behind and now does e-book formatting on a freelance basis for “indie” authors and for two publishers. She and her husband still live in their hometown, because they both enjoy the pace of small town living.

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Review by: Michelle Joy Stewart on Nov. 08, 2012 :
A Different Tune is a captivating tale of two young people Cassie and Scott on the brink of figuring out their futures. Cassie is getting a second chance at studying to become a concert pianist and Scott is a soilder just returning from war ready to live his life to the fullest. But love sometimes causes the paths in the road to curve and twist and in this romantic love story you find yourself cheering for them to find a way to have it all. This is a fast-paced enjoyable read, one that entwines the heart-ache of war and wishes of a better life. I look forward to another novel written by L.K. Campbell.
(reviewed 81 days after purchase)

Review by: Huntsman on July 25, 2010 :
This being a period piece,(Post WWII), I thought it extremely well written and quite enjoyable. The reality of a "pen pal" helping a soldier get through the tough times resonates even today. The added romance that follows after the meeting of the two characters is just the culmination of a good story. Kudos to L.K.Campbell for a story well conceived and executed.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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