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A small town girl.
A rock star living a lie.
Their paths cross and lead them down a road neither of them expected to find, Love at the Apple Blossom Inn.
Janey knows that life doesn’t come with a happy-ending guarantee. If she wants a house, she has to buy her own and to do that, she needs keep her feet securely on the ground with her nose in a text book, and a realistic plan on her agenda. Working two jobs, going to school, and caring for her little brother—Janey doesn’t have time or room for romance.
After a drunken accident leaves his charmed life in ruins, Derrick abandons his Hollywood lifestyle and checks into rehab. The world believes that Derrick Cordell the rock star is dead. And despite his beating heart and breathing lungs, that’s exactly how he feels. Until, disguised and living incognito in the tiny town of Rose Arbor, Washington, he meets Janey, a girl who loves him not as Derrick Cordell the rock star, but as plain old Eric Roudell, the wanna-be music teacher.
But secrets have a way of unraveling. How can Janey love someone she doesn’t even know? Especially since love was not on her to-do list.
I had thought I would publish this next week. But next week is looking scary. And the week after that isn't looking too good either. At this moment, I have a moment. That might not be true in the near future. My step-mother fell and broke her neck. My daughter is expecting a baby that should have been here yesterday. Right now, I'm at home in California, waiting to hear from my daughter in Vegas and my dad in Washington. I feel as if I'm sitting on the cusp of wave--but I'm not quite sure which way the tide is going to pull or where it's going to take me.
I may hit the publish button now, because I can. I'm not sure where I'll be tomorrow.
This, by the way, is one of the reasons why I love self publishing.