Regina Puckett- “Songs That I Whisper” (Warren Family) a *Review* with Coleman

Regina Puckett is an award-winning author with over 45 years experience. During the last 5 years she has compiled an Amazon library of 30 books ranging from Horror to Children’s Literature with generous helpings of Romance and Poetry. As intriguing as these credentials were I wondered how well I would enjoy her work. Not being a staunch romance reviewer I chose just that and in “Songs That I Whisper” was not disappointed in my effort to review or time spent reading.

I felt the protagonist be a couple, Seth Black and Suzette Warren, but so many of the characters were skillfully defined I felt as I met a community. Set in Murphysboro, Tennessee and staged in Florida as well, I gained insight to the musician’s life through the story the author and her plot, settings and characters supplied. The skillful definition each facet was given was thorough yet not labored or boring. Regina truly brings her characters to life while maintaining a quickly paced romantic story spiced with mystery. I give Regina Puckett 5 stars and the true measure of my review is that I promise my readers there will be many more samplings of her art.

Regina lives in Tennessee with her husband of over forty years. She has two grown daughters and four grandchildren.


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