City Lights

City Lights

by Julie Morgan

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ISBN-13: 9780991348251
Publisher: Engaging Secrets Publishing
Publication date: 10/21/2014
Pages: 186
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)

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City Lights 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
virgwid More than 1 year ago
Love this series.
Afarone More than 1 year ago
City Lights was a great read. This is about two rock stars who fall in love but run into a lot of snags along the way. Blaine has been sober for two years and struggles daily with his sobriety. Penelope has just ended her relationship with her boyfriend and feels she isn't good enough. Music pulls the two together at a fast pace and their doubts pull them apart. I would have really liked to have the connection between them deepen a bit more in the book but this was still a five star!!
Christina1216 More than 1 year ago
City Lights is a masterpiece in my eyes. This is book 2 in the Southern Roots series. It's the story of Blaine, the lead singer of the famous rock band Deep Ember. After hitting rock bottom, he went to rehab and has been clean and sober for about 2 years. He still struggles with his sobriety, as does any addict, but he now sees how horrible a person he was during his drug induced days. Along with trying to make amends with the people he's wronged, he decides to put his past behind him and focus on his music. He decides to try his hand at music producing, which introduced him to Penelope, a member of the band his manager just signed. He is instantly smitten with her. Penelope has her reservations about Blaine and his reputation for his womanizing and his drug problems. She's in a toxic relationship with a very jealous non supportive man, which makes working with Blaine much more difficult. The chemistry these two have is almost palpable. She makes him want to be a better man and he shares her passion for music. This touching story shows their inner struggles and pain but at the same time is sexy and full of passion, with some laughs along the way. I absolutely recommend this book!