Chalee Tennison doesn't have to worry about the sophomore jinx. Her self-titled debut album met with little more than critical acclaim, so one can only hope that album number two, This Woman's Heart, garners greater commercial success for this talented artist. Whether it's a ballad or a song with an upbeat tempo, Tennison sings it with wild abandon. Maybe there are too many female country artists on the charts to give Tennison her due, but what separates her from the pack is her own brand of country music -- it's soulful and pure. Her voice is so appealing and original and it makes every one of her songs worth listening to. Whether she's singing about being a fool and making mistakes in "Yes I Was" or prayers that have been answered in "We Don't Have to Pray," she brings a welcome and refreshing sound to country music fans and, hopefully, finds herself in a welcome place on country radio and on the charts.
AllMusic Review by Maria Konicki Dinoia