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Gemma Carlson didn't plan on waking up married.

She also didn't count on running into her old flame - and her son's father turned country rock star - Travis Bowers, followed by a night of drunken dares. Apparently one of those involved a ring on her finger and a vow...neither of which she intends to keep. Now, with a hangover from hell, this good girl gone bad knows there's just one thing to do: run.

Travis has been all over the world, but Gemma has never been far from his thoughts. So when they had the chance to catch up over a few drinks, he didn't hesitate. Of course, he didn't expect it would lead to marriage or a runaway bride! Travis finally has a second chance and doesn't plan on losing Gemma again - or the son he didn't know he had. He proposes, albeit belatedly, a date. Or, rather, a few. If they can make this marriage work by starting over, he stays. If not...

Gemma's not interested; she's got a son to protect and a heart to heal. But having Travis around could make both a little easier. Still, good girls don't date rock stars...right?

©2014 Codi Gary (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers

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  • Rusty
  • 17-12-2015

Travis Wasn't a Rock Star

I didn't really enjoy this book for many reasons, including the following.

1. The title really bothered me, since Travis was a country singer, not a rock star.
2. This didn't feel like book 2 of a series, since only Rock Canyon was the same as book 1.
3. I couldn't relate to Gemma, who kept Travis from knowing he had a son for 10 years.

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