She's worth more to him than more country gold...
A second chance at true love...
A scandal ended the careers of the Wilder Sisters, the chart-topping country-rock band. When Lexi Wilder's celebrity imploded, Luke Wyatt's took off. Lexi hasn't seen Luke once during his year-long national tour but now he's back to their coastal hometown of Whistle Cove. They once had a special connection, and he was her first love, but Lexi isn't sure she can forgive Luke for choosing fame over her…
"Luke's unwavering loyalty to Lexi and her family gives this sweet romance unexpected integrity ...Readers looking for a tender romance that leans more toward the emotional than the physical will find this very satisfying." ~ Publishers Weekly/Booklife
In the first Wilder Sisters romance from Bell (Starlight Hill), beautiful harmonies and bitter memories strike conflicting chords. Country star Luke Wyatt finishes his grueling tour and heads to his hometown of Whistle Cove, Calif., and the Wilder Sisters B&B. He's not sure what reception he's going to receive from Lexi, the oldest of the three sisters. They were darlings of the country music stage until a sordid scandal derailed their career. Luke was the group's backup musician, and a hit song he and Lexi wrote together helped launch his solo career. Now Luke needs another hit, and, more importantly, he needs Lexi back in his life. Lexi is still stinging from what she views as Luke's betrayal, and yet the minute she sees him, all her pent-up romantic yearnings come flooding back. Luke's unwavering loyalty to Lexi and her family gives this sweet romance unexpected integrity that more than makes up for the lack of sexual tension. Readers looking for a tender romance that leans more toward the emotional than the physical will find this very satisfying. (BookLife)
It was a warm and sweet read! Totally enjoyed it.
Love love this story ! I didn’t want Luke and Lexi’s story to end ! Funny , entertaining just an overall great read!
Sweet and fun
The plot doesn’t disappoint. Very likable characters