by Sandy HusebyFebruary, 2006
Paris is burning
She's Paris Garrett, determined to be the renowned songbird her daddy envisioned. He's Joshua Grant, a down-at-his-heels ex-lawman stuck with an inherited opera house. Keeping the venue is another matter one that will require a wife, right away. The Wild West lives up to its billing in Beth Ciotta's charming romantic comedy Lasso The Moon. Paris demonstrates her pluck by escaping from overprotective family members who think they know what's best for her. Joshua can't believe his luck when the gal who could solve his inheritance problems turns out to be the wife of his dreams. This is a delightful shoot-out of a romance, a good ol' fashioned tale of high-spirited fun.