Letting Go: A Small Town Romance

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Benjamin Kelly, Sep 16, 2018 - Fiction - 338 pages

Regina is a small town musician dreaming of setting the rock world on fire with a new sound. She has two men complicating her life. Her sexy promoter, Baxter, insists he can help her build a lucrative entertainment career. But only if she's willing to give-up her rock star dreams, let him take total control of her act, and every other aspect of her life.

One mysterious fan attends every performance, seeming to know songs only the band has heard, but he evades Regina's efforts to learn anything about him. Her frustration with him grows at every elusive encounter. Her fascination with him grows each time he's in the audience screaming for the band and cheering them on.

Baxter has openly confessed that he wants Regina in his bed. That's a place she'll gladly let him take her, if she can only convince him to love the music she loves to make.

Her mystery fan has openly professed his love for her music. His obsessive dedication has her contemplating joining him in his bed. But his eccentricity and maddening evasiveness have her ready to strangle him, if she can ever get her arms around his neck.

Each guy has something to offer Regina, but she'll have to decide if either of them is worth the trouble he's creating for her.

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 I write sentimental romance stories, sometimes violent, sometimes dirty, but always hopeful this thing we call love somehow transcends our instinctual need to reproduce, and exists for some higher purpose.

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