Love at The Bluebird
by Aurora Rose Reynolds & Jessica Marin
With a hit song sitting at number one on the country music charts, Gavin McNeer thought he finally had everything he ever wanted.
All it takes is one look from the mesmerizing woman sitting in the front row at one of his shows and a brief encounter to make him realize just what he’s been missing. Even though he’s been burnt in the past, Gavin puts his inhibitions aside and his heart on the line to earn the trust of the woman who could be his everything.
Working in an industry where relationships start and end in the blink of an eye, Alyson Dawson has made it her mission not to get mixed up with musicians, no matter how good-looking they are. Keeping her focus on her blossoming career and clients, Aly doesn’t even have time to date much less fall in love. That is until she meets Gavin, a man who changes everything with one smoldering look.
Just when these two begin to settle into their new relationship, Aly is asked to do something that may require her to choose between the career she’s building and the man she’s falling in love with. To make things worse, Gavin’s ex decides to add a touch of drama to an already delicate situation.
Will their love survive, or become just another sad love song?
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Love at The Bluebird is a stand alone romance by Aurora Rose Reynolds and Jessica Marin.
Alyson is a twenty-three year old who has her dream job working as an assistant for a small record label in Nashville. Aly, is the younger sister of Valerie from Until Valerie, by Jessica Marin, part of the Kindle Worlds: Happily Ever Alpha series.
Gavin is a musician who has just been signed to a record label and seems to have everything he’s ever wanted. That’s the things about dreams. You think its what you want but when you get it, it doesn’t always work out how you thought it would. This is a little true for Gavin.
“This woman has captivated me like no one else has ever before. I need to know the identity of the woman I can’t take my eyes off of.”
Gavin and Aly have this insta-connection like only soulmates can have. But it started off on a very slow pace and had me wanting the story to get on with it which is not usually how I feel when I’m reading books ARR.
“You fit perfectly in my arms, like you were made for me.”
There was some really great secondary characters that made the story better for me. But overall I felt this could have been better and was a little disappointed in it. However this is just my opinion and I do recommend you read it.
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