Sometimes love is more than tragedy or bliss. Ambitious twenty-two-year-old Lexie Waters is intent on taking the advertising world by storm. When she’s offered the soon-to-be open position she’s been vying for at a swanky advertising agency, there’s only one last summer separating her from dreams of corporate success. Still bitter from catching her boyfriend cheating, she heads out for a night of fun to see her favorite band, Devil’s Garden, but fun turns into utter embarrassment when she insults the enticingly confident lead singer, Van Sinclair. Van is intrigued by Lexie’s ability to resist his charm and secretly obtains her cell number. Shocked but eager to get to know this captivating rocker, Lexie accepts Van’s invitation to see his next show, which requires an overnight stay. The overwhelming feelings that follow take them both by surprise, and with two months left before starting her sought after new position, Lexie joins the tour. As she’s catapulted into the world of groupies and wild parties, she questions Van’s commitment to her.
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I didn't expect to enjoy this as much as I did...truthfully, I have no idea why I thought that. Let me tell you, this was really well written. One thing I was really impressed with was the author didn't bore the reader with an over abundance of details. Where it was necessary, she kept us up to date, but where she could tell the basic premise and keep the story rolling, she did. I found that very refreshing. I thoroughly enjoyed the story line as well....it's fun to read a book, take the reader to fantasy land, but not so far fetched that you're saying " yeah right, like that could happen!" Of course, I now have another book boyfriend as well....Van Sinclair is a sweetheart....you can't help but love him. I love his statement, "walk with me." The reader can't help but want to walk with him wherever he leadsLexie Waters is one lucky girl...and as I said, the story line is believable, entertaining, and at no point was the story drawn out...it flowed really well. I really recommend this book, cudos Amy L. Gale....this was very entertaining