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Work Song by [Allen, Danielle]
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  • File Size: 1027 KB
  • Print Length: 433 pages
  • Publisher: E by M (September 27, 2015)
  • Publication Date: September 27, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015NEIW52
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,439 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.5 Stars
When a story makes me want to do a happy dance then it was darn good! I loved every second of Work Song. This story is witty and captivating and just makes you all giddy inside. It's about taking chances on love and life.

Tatiana Green is one of my FAVORITE heroines! She's the type of girl that guys love, and that girls crush on. Seriously I wish I were her. This chick is smart, sexy and confident. Tati is a curvy girl who embraces her figure and knows how to show it off. She's fashion forward and is also sports enthusiast.

She has a fashion blog, but more importantly she's also an aspiring sports writer. Tatiana and co-worker Wesley Barnes have a friendly relationship and just get each other. I absolutely loved their banter and conversations. It was lighthearted and laugh out loud funny. But they also have this undeniable chemistry that is just bubbling and ready to reach the surface. The sexual tension is off the charts and makes this story sizzle.

I loved how Tatiana knew what she wanted and wouldn't allow anything to get in her way. She's driven, but pursuing a relationship with Wesley threatens to destroy everything that she has worked for. Wesley Barnes is a certified swoon worthy hero! Wes is attentive and patient with Tatiana. But what was incredible was that he just got her. Tatiana is in a male dominated career, but never did Wesley think of Tatiana as anything less. He supported her and allowed her to be just her.

This is my first time reading Danielle Allen and I'm so glad that I gave Work Song a chance. It's an amazing read that I adored. It left me smiling for days and had me re-reading the story for a second time only days later!
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4.5 stars.

I have never been this pissed off this early in a book. Body shamers, s***ty ex's, mothers/sisters from hell, misogynistic turds. Damn this book had it all. Being a woman in a predominately male workplace is hard. Being smart and sexy is hard. Being strong and smart and sexy is even harder. I feel what Ms. Allen was saying and the thread of feminism and strength was true throughout the novel. There were times that Tati's decisions made me want to slap her, however. Her continuing to choose a job when the answer seemed easy irked me, but the way it panned out in the end made her hesitance more authentic to me.

Wes as a hero was pretty effing awesome. He is smart, confident, hot and fantastic in bed. One better, he actually appreciated her mind and her body. He's probably one of the better book boyfriends out there. He quoted The Princess Bride. Screw the job. Marry that man, he's the one. I'm happy Tatiana got her HEA, and I'm interested in the supporting character's stories as the series progresses.
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This was one I couldn’t put down. Work Song was a walk down lovers’ lane with Wes Barnes and Tati Green fated to be together. Tati character was very likable, strong, independent woman that was comfortable with who she was and what she looked like. Her mother and sister was not supportive of her appearance or dream job of sports writer. I was able to find some of myself in Tati. Westley came into her life after being told she was incapable of loving anyone. Because of her size and love of sports she was destined to be alone. Wes and Tati proved to them all that they were a perfect match and who doesn’t need a Wes in their life.
As the tale unfolds Tati is faced with a huge decision…choose between love and career. The story kept me turning the pages trying to find out what happens next.
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AN APB PERSPECTIVE REVIEW:
I truly enjoyed this book! I was hesitant when I first started reading, with that type of beginning, but it only got better. I enjoyed the email /phone friend relationship. I could literally hear Wes voice being downright sexy, they were perfect for each other. The drama with her mother and sister was unbelievable, but it was reality. I was glad to know that she got out of that situation and she loved herself, it was her mother and sister that were crazy. The storyline was wonderful, they were the best of friends first, however I did think she overreacted with the news of him relocating to New York. Wes knew what he wanted and was not going to let her go! I thought throughout the book, that she was Taylor G, and when I found out, I knew Sports Central did not deserve her. Overall, very good read.
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My Mini Summary: Realistic fiction meets romance and with an accent of GIRL POWER!

I have read and reviewed almost all of the books Danielle Allen has written. Work Song is her latest release and she has found a way to do something a little different than what I’m used to from her.

Work Song addresses a few topics that could be great conversation starters for book club discussions including family dynamics, body image shaming, and work relationships. The one that stood out the most was being a woman in a male-dominated field. It is not uncommon for women to grow up watching sports and being as knowledgeable about them as men. However, doing this socially and professionally is a different story. In Work Song, the protagonist, Tatiana Green is serious about pursuing a career as a sports journalist but she also publishes writing about fashion. She gets the opportunity to meet the ESPN’s head writer and she uses the pseudonym Pat Daniels instead of Patti Daniels. The question is if this is misleading because it’s a neutral name that would most likely be seen as a man when in a sports publication. Patricia addresses this question for Tatiana when they met during an extravagant work event. This brief moment becomes a game changer for Tatiana later in the book. It reminds me of a recent feature guide in O, The Oprah Magazine about being your truest self where Ada Calhoun tells her story about using a pseudonym.

Does using a pseudonym make you less authentic? J.K. Rowling (author of the Harry Potter Series) used one instead of her full name because her publisher didn’t think a woman’s name would appeal to the male young reader audience.

Will Tatiana continue to pursue this dream even though it’s not a common field for women?
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