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A lesbian romance about music, accepting the past, and embracing second chances to write a new future...

When golden girl pop star Bridget Callahan's broken engagement comes out, she heads back to her hometown for the first time in five years to write songs for her next album. And maybe while she's there, she'll finally be able to face the woman she left behind - who she never let go.

Bar owner Alex Marlow has spent the past five years mending her broken heart by pretending she doesn't have one. But Bridget's return disrupts her ordered life and brings all those chaotic, buried feelings back to the surface. Can they forgive each other and themselves for mistakes made when they were younger?

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Charley Clarke (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Micky Yang
  • 27-09-2020

A story where love happens against all odds

Well I think this story was a little heartache of things that made no sense. It was good to just try and believe it and feel the whole romantic feelings surging through the story. It was good, in a romantic fantasy kinda way, because this story right here is the epitome of things that would never ever happen. The story is a sweet 2nd chance romance about a selfish weak blonde and a brunette who seems to contradict herself and her character at all points in the book. Once upon a time the two had a sweet relationship but when things turned hard the blonde left, leaving the brunette heartbroken. 5 years later the blonde is a very successful music star and the brunette is a successful business owner. With the stress of not having to go through hard times together, they finally get the chance to work things out. What does it say about a person when they leave during a really hard time in the relationship? It might just be my opinion but being 23 vs 28 isn't too much of a difference and the whole excuse of "we were young" is kinda stupid. Also, if every person could just drop their years of anger at will, I'm pretty sure 90% of the world's problems would be nil. You know, I probably wouldn't pick up the phone too if my ex girlfriend left without a word and moved to another state. Yet the brunette still sees that she's the epicenter of every goddamn problem in this story and my god is it just so freaking annoying. There has to be a give and take in these types of novels to make them work even though it makes 0 sense. For the love of god, do people actually think like this? This whole story shouldn't even work! It's like a pitiful attempt at trying to be dramatic at the expense of good character development, but all it accumulates to is poor story telling and hateful characters. I hated Bridget because her dumbass left during a hard time and all her "reasons" were retarded and every attempt to justify them made me want to wring the characters neck. I was first sympathetic toward Alex but halfway through the book I started to hate her too. Why? Because, all her reasons to be mad were completely and utterly justified but the author turns her anger into guilt about being the cause of the relationship going badly, my god, it's like the author's never met a real person before. If you like a sickeningly sweet romance novel with completely un-real characters and a cast of side characters that are bipolar, please pick this gem up. It will brighten your day because at least in this world, things will always work out.

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  • 03-05-2020

That’s why we have psychologists

What a waste of energy. I always hope educated people would realize that you always need help. I felt this was a whole story based on a flawed premise.

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