Casey Grainger is not only the epitome of the girl next door, she’s the girl of my dreams. The blonde bombshell of a bartender who watches me with sky blue eyes, smiles with the sweetest dimples, and whose laughter is as melodic as chimes.
She stole my heart the way sunlight sneaks up on the day. Then a death in her family took her away from me. Now my heart lives in Texas while my body rots in New Jersey. As if that’s not bad enough, the ranch hand on her family’s farm is her damned ex-fiancé.
Austin still loves her, and he’s made it known. So Casey has a choice to make. It’s either him or me, but I’m far too stubborn to give up the fight.
That’s the one upside to having nothing left — I have nothing left to lose.
I don’t date musicians — I don’t date period — yet I find myself drawn to the dark and broody sound tech, whose wailing drum beats thump in time with the cadence of my heart. Beneath the arrogant grin and cocky one-liners, AJ Morello is a lonely man, burdened by the choices he’s made. But, he’s not the only one with regrets.
Mine goes by the name of Austin Krehley.
After seven years away, there’s still a connection. A tiny spark that slowly builds to a burning flame the longer I stay.
Two completely different men both hold two completely different pieces of my heart, but I can’t have them both.
A sexy country boy and a sultry rocker — how’s a girl to choose?
I really love AJ and Casey together they clicked straight away. They both needed someone desperately to love them. Casey is full of guilt for leaving her childhood sweetheart when she ran off with a musician, leaving her grandmother running the family farm. AJ runs the family car repair business, and worries about his sister and family.
AJ and Casey really hit off, and the relationship is going really strong when Casey has to go back to Texas. Casey and AJ were so good together, you could feel the chemistry coming of the page. I loved the book, there is more to story. I loved AJ he was so loyal to his family and Casey. This is the first book I read from this author, but it won’t be the last. I have to say I found Austin really creepy.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review