Welcome to Burton, Georgia, a small town just west of Savannah. In this farm community, the women are sassy, the men are sexy and happily-ever-afters are a specialty of the house.
Who doesn’t love a love song? Especially a love song that’s crooned by Hunter Jaymes, the hottest new star in country music?
Tori Westin doesn’t have time for love songs. Now that she’s finally moved off her parents’ farm and ditched her cheating, lying boyfriend, she’s ready to start life on her own terms. Those terms definitely do not include falling in love with the sexy and irresistible Hunter. Yes, he’s the kind of guy who makes her laugh, takes her breath away with a single touch and tempts her to imagine what could be . . . but he’s also not planning to stick around Burton.
When Hunter looks at Tori, he sees the possibility of forever. The road is his life, and she feels like the home he craves. Convincing Tori to give love a chance will take more than a romantic ballad, but Hunter knows they belong together.
Now he just has to convince her.
A fantastic sweet romance! Another great book by Tawdra. Can be read standalone. Couldn't put it down!
Love Song Girl
Wow, this author has me falling in love with so many of her books. The story set in Burton, GA, hometown girl Tori Westin learns of a country star coming to play at Mason’s Bar. Although she is not in love with Country music, the town and her younger brother are total fans. She promises to take her brother to see him and he is stunned by her as she walks into the bar. She shows him around Burton and they enjoy each others company. The realist in her tells her not to get too close, but her heart is on the line. He starts writing music again and doesn’t want to leave and as it turns out, he gets to stay for a couple of weeks. Their relationship grows and when he finally leaves, both are affected. Even though she visits in Nashville, she is always leaving to go back to GA and he is always on the road but their love survives and finally through a love song, he declares his love one last time—he wants forever. Now you might think this is just another HEA but the characters are well matched with enough tension to keep you reading. Great references of love songs to listen to as always.
This story is the reading equivalent to a ember slowly stoked up to a roaring blaze! She couldn’t see the HEA for the pitfalls and he saw the HEA in spite of them, and of course,HEA wins the day.
I received a free ARC from the author and have chosen to review it.