Love on Cue
When you have to sing your heart out, it's best to know how....
Maggie Tannery is a true theater girl and a total shoo-in for the lead in this year's school production of Romeo and Juliet. She's seriously psyched because it looks like her crush, Daniel, might be playing her Romeo both on- and offstage -- if all goes as planned.
But when her school decides to perform a musical instead, Maggie catches a major case of stage fright -- because she can't sing! With her lead role in jeopardy, as well as her chance of winning her leading man, Maggie turns to the musically talented Nico to give her voice lessons. But their voices aren't the only things that seem to be harmonizing. As Maggie tries to break a leg -- and not her heart -- she wonders who the music man of her dreams really is....
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Review: Love on Cue (Simon Romantic Comedies)User Review - Ashley - Book Labyrinth - Goodreads
A really cute read. I could identify with Maggie's shyness, and I liked how despite the fact Derek wasn't the one for Maggie he was still a good guy. It wasn't the typical "the guy you like is a jerk ... Read full review
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