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Publisher's Summary

From the USA Today bestselling author of Final Exit comes an unforgettable work of women's fiction about love, marriage, friendship, loss, romance, rock & roll, and a woman's search for herself.

One man became her husband.

He had the face of an angel, and a voice that could tear your heart to shreds and leave it bleeding.

The year is 1974, and songwriter Casey Bradley is just eighteen years old when handsome, charismatic singer Danny Fiore crashes into her life and her heart. The first time she hears Danny sing, Casey is ready to toss away her entire future for a man who's almost certain to break her heart. Danny has a white-hot talent and a single blinding ambition: To become a rock star. The songs that Casey writes send an icy blue finger down the center of his cynical spine. But Danny knows exactly where he's going, and he has no intention of taking any woman along. A girl like Casey would want things he's not prepared to give. A home. Stability. Children. He's married to his music, and that's the way he likes it. Neither of them plans on falling in love. But sometimes, the heart has a mind of its own.

The other man became her best friend.

Guitar wizard Rob MacKenzie doesn't have Danny's looks, or his charisma, or his sense of style. Tall and gaunt and bony, Rob isn't a god, just an ordinary mortal, an easygoing guy who wants nothing more than to write his songs, play his guitar, and find the right woman. But life is never quite as simple as it seems, and his search for Ms. Right keeps leading him down all the wrong roads.

Together, they became the holy trinity of rock and roll.

When Rob MacKenzie and Casey Bradley Fiore begin writing songs together, the result is an unstoppable hit-making machine that catapults Danny Fiore to stardom. But the road to success is littered with land mines, and life with Danny isn't all that Casey expected.

©2012 Laurie Breton (P)2014 Laurie Breton

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Great book

Really enjoyed the storyline in this book. This was my first read by this author so will be looking for more of her books.

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  • cjk
  • 15-04-2018

Worst narration I have ever suffered through.

The story may have been decent, but the narration was so painful it was distracting. There were a lot of repeated lines in the story as well. Would not recommend purchasing.

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  • frugal shopper
  • 03-04-2016

great book couldn't wait until I could read again

great story of what it's like to be a struggling musician and do it with your wife and best friend. lots of turns and twist but I throughly enjoyed this book . has sexual in counters but they are they graphic.

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  • Ginny Jahn
  • 09-07-2015

Different!

Good story...a real love twist! Made me keep listening. want to run out and check out the rest of the series!

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  • Janet J. Massey
  • 11-07-2016

Coming Home

I could not listen to more than 1 chapter. excessive profanity used. There was no need for it.

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