Playing Her Song–excerpt

Sometimes a fresh start means going back home

When Julia’s carefully constructed life takes a sudden, demoralizing nose dive, she flees to the small town of her youth. She finds the perfect landing place—a furnished cottage on a private estate in the Blue Ridge foothills. Then she learns the owner-resident is Jackson Tate—her high school crush and, until recently, the source of her greatest humiliation.

Jackson, the small town boy-turned-rockstar, never forgot Julia nor the mistake he made causing his one-time math tutor to vanish from his life. Jackson avoids all but the most superficial entanglements of the female variety. Yet one look at Julia and he’s determined to win back the friendship he lost.

Julia’s ancient grudge can’t withstand Jackson’s lethal combination of humility and charm. But what about her teenage crush? Especially one not so one-sided after all…

"Kimberly's writing will get you easily involved in the story and page after page you will grow more and more fond of the two protagonists: Jules and Jackson! These characters are both equally wonderful and you won't ever get tired of them! "Playing Her Song" is a train full of emotions: it made me smile, blush, laugh, shed tears of joy and last but not least it made my heart beat fast! I couldn’t break away from this book and when I had to (unfortunately) I couldn’t wait to continue reading it again! Now that I've finished it I don't know what I would give to read it again as the first time! Elisabetta, Goodreads reviewer"

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