Soft-spoken and shy Hannah Fisher is determined to make the man she’s loved her entire life finally see her as a woman. With the help of a makeover and the convenient forced proximity of a tour bus, she vows to win her best friend Deacon’s heart.
Former bad boy and current fiddle player Deacon Latrell has the world at his fingertips: a new gig with a famous band, plus his best friend on tour as his son’s nanny. Life couldn’t get much sweeter. Now if only he could stop imagining kissing the daylights out of his childhood BFF...
With one friend set on pushing the boundaries and the other afraid to rock the boat, one thing’s for certain—their story would make one heck of a country song.
Each book in the Country Blues series is STANDALONE:
* You’re Still the One
* The Nanny Arrangement
The Nanny Arrangement
A cute story.
From start to finish, this book was enjoyable to read. The characters are well-written and the storyline might use the cliche “friends-to-lovers” trope, but it’s such a charming book with plenty of laugh out loud moments amidst the romance that is undeniably sexy without being trashy.
On tour with Blue!!
This second book in the Blue series can definitely be read as a standalone. I became a Blue fan during Accidentally Married on Purpose and each book has increased my fan status a little more.
Hannah was an awkward, bullied, 15 year old when she met Deacon, the bad-boy new kid who moved in across the street from her. These two found in each what they never got from anyone else, true friendship. Now ten years later, Hannah has gotten over her speech impediment and is ready to stop living on the sidelines of her own life. It only took a trip to Paris to realize that she wasn't living life as fully as she could. Deacon lives for his son and now that he has been temporarily signed to be the fiddle and keyboard player for Blue, he wants to secure a future for him and his son by making the gig permanent. Deacon has always been able to count on Hannah but when she returned home from Paris, there's something about their friendship that has changed. Are the feelings he's having worth having the only family he's truly ever had enough to risk having yet another person walk away?
I loved Hannah and Deacon. They are supportive of each other but are also willing to call each other out when they do something stupid. So many of their issues could have been completely avoided if only they would communicate better but then there really wouldn't have been much of a story!! My only complaint is that I wished there was more of Hannah and Deacon together in this story. I can't wait to read the rest of the stories about this band!!
*This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*