This is a love story, but actually it’s much more than that. It’s about the trials and tribulations of a country and western band, who are constantly on the road or in the studio. It’s a story of friendship; of growing up together, and of family values. It deals with grief, and a love so powerful it rocks your soul.
I simply adored this story. The author has a way of extracting emotions from the reader, wringing them out, and leaving them to dry. I found my heart in mouth, tears in my eyes, and a smile forming as I lived it with the characters.
The author also writes words that grab you, because they resonate and I’ve included some examples below.
I loved, loved, loved, this story, and there was only one thing I didn’t like. The ending. It should have finished on a high, but the author slipped in another paragraph. It made me instantly want more. I can only assume that there is maybe another book coming, but as this is a new release, it will be a long while coming.
For readers like me, who enjoy a good romance that is so much more, you will love this one too.
Boy meets girl.
Boy falls in love.
Happily ever after.
If only things were that easy.
You would think being country music’s biggest heartthrob, Tyler Hollis, would’ve prepared me for anything a woman could throw at me. But when our tour bus got lost and the GPS went out, I found myself between a woman’s legs and not in the way you’d expect.
Finding Gwen in labor with no time to get her to a hospital, I had no choice but to deliver a stranger’s baby.
Although the ambulance finally arrived, and I knew Mom and baby were in good hands, the small-town Southern gentleman inside of me couldn’t stop thinking about her being alone. I told myself I was just going to check-in on them—that it was the right thing to do. I wasn’t prepared to fall for a baby or Gwen, but when did anything else go as planned?
With Gwen’s tragic loss and unexpected pregnancy, she was closed off and struggling to keep her head above water. I knew I was wading into unchartered territory I had no business trying to navigate, but when a boy meets a girl, what’s a boy to do?