You’d Be Mine
By Erin Hann
Why would a good girl team up with a bad boy for a summer country music tour? Seen as the sweetheart of country music, Annie Mathers’ popularity is on the rise. How can joining troubled Clay Coolidge for a summer tour be a wise career move? And what’s in it for Clay? Winning Annie’s trust and convincing her to join him on tour will satisfy his music label, and their threats to drop him will stop. Smooth-talking Clay steps up to the challenge and sways Annie with career-boosting ideas (her only focus). Annie is certainly not interested in a summer romance, but as the teens’ popularity grows, fans begin to clamor for more than just the harmony of their music. They want a harmony of hearts.
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