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In this sizzling and hilarious contemporary e-book romance,
pop sensation Ivy Hudson returns to her small town to face
her ex. Only trouble is, she made her Taylor-Swift-like
career with the hit song â€śSize Mattersâ€ťâ€”and the football
hero has had to live it down ever since.
Five years ago, high school sweethearts Ivy and Blakeâ€™s
relationship imploded and both their lives were changed
forever. Ivy became a rock star and Blake lost not only his
dreams of a successful NFL career, but his reputation. Ivyâ€™s
angry song about their breakup, called â€śSize Matters,â€ť hit
the top of the charts and Blake became a national
laughingstock. Heâ€™s salvaged his career and returned to
Rosewood to be the high school football coach, regaining his
status as town hero and leading the boys to the state
When a tornado whips through town and destroys the high
school gymnasium and stadium, a committee is formed to help
rebuild and plan some charity fundraisers. Blakeâ€™s
grandmother requests that Ivy return to Rosewood for the
events. Forced back together for the good of their hometown
and their careers, Ivy and Blake have no choice but to put
aside their differences, stop running from their pasts, and
finally face the music.
For fans of Kristen Proby and Colette Auclair, Facing the
Music hits a perfect balance between small-town romance and
big-time success. Follow Ivy and Blake as they fall back in
love and figure out what does matter in the endâ€¦
1 comment posted.
Re: Facing the Music
A few years ago, if I went home, part of me would worry
about what others would think of me. Now I'm at that stage
where I really don't care what others think about me. I've
had to go through too much adversity to get where I'm at
right now, and don't feel like playing other peoples' games.
Sure - I have my friends, acquaintances, and enemies, and
think that I know who is who, and know how to treat each of
them. The place where they all come together is at the High
School Reunion, mainly, and the one person who bothered me
the most I gave a piece of my mind to at the last reunion I
attended. They decided that they were going to go around
and try to put on an air that they were superior to everyone
there, so I put them down a few notches!! Anyway, I related
to your posting, and will be looking forward to reading your
(Peggy Roberson 9:33am October 23, 2014)
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