There he was, a blast from her past—the one man she never thought she’d see again.
Hailey and Adam were supposed to chase their dreams together, but at the last minute, he balked. Leaving Adam was the hardest thing she’d ever had to do, and Hailey would have sworn she was over him … until she saw him in Nashville, and everything changed.
The old feelings are all still there, but the past is never far behind them. Can they be just friends-with-benefits now? She can’t forget that he wouldn’t come with her and he only remembers how she left. Maybe they can build a new love out of the ashes of an old flame … if they can get over their past.
Hailey Watkins had been having the time of her life when she saw him.
Her whole body froze and flash-heated at the same time. Her eyes went wide, and the world narrowed down to the cut of his shoulders, the color of his hair, the feelings that surged through her. She could feel herself start to hyperventilate.
Maybe it wasn’t him. She told herself it wasn’t, that it couldn’t be.
In her memory he was still sitting on the edge of her bed, in that little trailer in Carroll Hollow. Neither of them had enough money to even get to Knoxville.
She hadn’t thought she’d ever see him again. Certainly not here in Nashville and certainly not in that suit, looking like the man she’d always known he’d grow into.
What would he even be doing at the festival anyway?
At first, she’d caught sight of the back of him and her heart had stuttered. Hard. What if it had been Adam?
The night she’d walked away, he’d yelled at her to just go and leave it all behind, including him. She’d been so hurt and so mad, that was exactly what she’d done. Now, with his words ringing in her head again, she put her vocal chords on auto pilot and kept singing.
She’d been at this for eight years, waiting tables, performing at every open mic night, and opening at clubs every chance she got. Now, she had the act down. Timing her breathing and watching where she planted her feet, Hailey sucked in a breath and went up for one of her high notes. She held it and fought a smile as a few of the workers stopped to listen and watch. She could do this.
Then the man in the suit turned around and the note cut off abruptly.
It was Adam.
That Night in Nashville is book 2 of the TICKET TO TRUE LOVE series--a multi author series with a common thread. Readers can pick any order to read the books. That Night In Nashville releases on Oct 15th. The first book in the series--Practically Persuaded in Pittsburgh, by JB Schroeder--releases/released on Oct 8th (all links here: books2read.com/Pittsburgh-TTTL) there are three more books releasing in this series before Nov 20th. Other authors include: Christi Snow, Shirley Hailstock, Julie Strauss, Kim Law, Terri Osburne, Jennifer Wilck, Moni Boyle, Holland Rae, and Christine Ashworth.
Series page link here: https://books2read.com/rl/TicketToTrueLove
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Savannah created her first romance novella at age eight. Even then it was clear she was looking for a story about a breakthrough. Though that particular book shall never again see the light of day (please, don’t even ask) it set the stage for everything after. Finding a perfect partner is always a challenge in a Savannah Kade romance, but the endings will find our hero and heroine living with their arms wide open.
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