Hair stylist Lindsey Ballard hates answering questions about her family’s country music roots in Nashville. She’s been avoiding music producer, Myles Emery, at all costs, who’s trying to write a book on her famous relative. But he can’t get to her today. It’s her wedding day. Or so she thought…
When Lindsey suddenly needs to call off the ceremony to Atlanta’s popular mayoral candidate, she makes her getaway with the persuasive producer, all the while trying to ignore the chemistry between them that had never existed with her ex.
Myles Emery has his own reasons for needing the truth about a country music legend–secrets the Ballard family keeps closely guarded. But when he happens to catch Lindsey running out on her wedding, he knows his luck is about to change. Too bad Myles wants Lindsey on first sight and the attraction is making it complicated to stay on task. “Uncovering her secrets” begins to take on a whole new, delectable meaning…
When Myles Emory decides to write a tell all book about country music legend Lara Kane, he knows the best way to get the information he seeks is from her granddaughter, Lindsey Ballard. It might take a little work to get the information he seeks, but he is willing to do anything he has to.
On the day of Lindsey’s wedding, she is desperate to talk to her future husband. She doesn’t believe in the old wives’ tale about it being bad luck for the bride and groom to see each other before the wedding. She quickly realizes her mistake when she opens the door and finds her man holding hands and gazing into someone else’s eyes.
Myles is there to pick up their pieces. He quickly whisks Lindsey away from the wedding and they head to Nashville together. Lindsey is aware he is after information about her grandmother, but she refuses to talk. She just wants that ride away from all the people and hopes the photographers don’t follow her.
Will the truth about Lara Kane be revealed at the music festival held in her name? Or, will Myles keep it to himself in order to win Lindsey’s heart?
This book had just the right amount of love and passion that is needed to keep any romance reader interested.
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