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  • Very enjoyable

    I loved this story and discovering that this is the author's debut novel made me love it even more. There are a couple of areas throughout the book that I thought the writing could have been a bit tighter but overall I felt it was very well done with a nice pace and well developed characters. I thought Annie and Clay were amazing characters and adorable together. They are flawed, real, and honest. Clay is on a downward spiral and Annie going on tour with him is his last chance to keep his career afloat. Will the love they find on the road be enough to pull him back from the edge? Lovers of country music will really enjoy this book. It's one I highly recommend.

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  • I just loved Annie to death!

    This was a wonderful romance! I went into this book without a whole lot of expectations. I picked this book up largely because it sounded somewhat original. I don't remember ever seeing another book about a pair of young adult country music stars so I decided to give it a chance. That risk worked out pretty well. This was one of those books that sucked you in and didn't let go. I just had a great time with this book. Annie is the daughter of country music superstars. Her parents are gone so her grandparents are her closest family. She is leary of walking in her famous parent's footsteps but she has a gift. When Clay knocks on her door to recruit her for the opening act on his tour, she decides to go along with the rest of the trio, which includes her cousin and close friend. Clay is headlining the tour and has been on the music scene just a little longer. Even though he is underage, he has spent a lot of time on the road drinking or hanging out with girls. He has some things in his past that he is also trying to deal with and he isn't always dealing with them all that well. I loved Annie and Clay together. From the very start, I thought that the scenes between them were the times when they were completely real. Clay wasn't always such a nice guy when other people were around but Annie seemed to bring out the best in him. I loved their chemistry both on the stage and off. I really thought that these two were good for each other and it was a ton of fun watching them find their way. I would recommend this book to others. It was a very well done story about two people working to get over their pasts while they fell for each other. I look forward to reading more from this new author. I received a digital review copy of this book from St. Martin's Press - Wednesday Books via NetGalley.

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