Mine: A Love Storyby Scott Prussing
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When your guitar is your only real friend and you won't let anyone hear you play, your life is hardly what you'd like it to be. Eighteen-year-old Heather hopes escaping her bickering parents by going away to college will help her come out of her shell. She knows it won't be easy. Fortunately, her new roommate Marissa is everything Heather is not--outgoing, stylish, brash and totally confident. Heather is glad for Marissa's help, until Marissa shoves her into a cute older guy from her English class and then disappears, leaving a tongue-tied Heather to fend for herself.
With a plot based on four hit songs of a popular artist and with many more musical references sprinkled inside, Mine: A Love Story is a book any country or pop music fan will love. But you don't need to be a music fan to enjoy the romance, humor, heartbreak and joy of Heather's first year at college. Buy Mine: A Love Story now and begin experiencing a journey with Heather you will not soon forget.
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Meet the Author
Scott Prussing was born in New Jersey, but was smart enough to move to beautiful San Diego as soon as he received his Master's degree in psychology from Yale University. In addition to Mine: A Love Story, Scott is the author of the paranormal romance novels Breathless and Deathless, books one and two of The Blue Fire Saga. In addition to writing, Scott enjoys hiking, riding his bicycle near the beach, reading all kinds of books and golf. He is one of the few remaining people in the United States without a cell phone.
Contact Scott and learn all about his books at www.scottprussing.com
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In the mood for a sweet realistic love story that is based on the music of Taylor Swift? This is it! A sweet romantic novel that follows the pretty much in-the-box life of Heather, a first year college student hoping to escape the confines of home life with bickering parents. Heading to live on her own for the first time ever in the college dorms, she finds that life is full of unexpected surprises. Heather meets her vibrant roommate Marissa, who is her polar opposite and helps Heather break out of the shell that she keeps tightly around her and rarely lets anyone in. Meeting new people and experiencing the college life doesn¿t change Heather that much, though it brings heartache and betrayal from the least likely of sources. I love how Heather develops and grows throughout the book, learning a bit more street smarts and the heart wrenching feel of love gone wrong. In the end, finding love is something that she didn¿t have to strive to hard for when it ends up right under her nose. Who would¿ve thought? I enjoyed how realistically Scott has written the characters, down to how these girls dress up to go out and the funny injection of their every day speech. A fun light read to enjoy any day of the week.