by Emily Robertson

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BN ID: 2940158727436
Publisher: Emily Robertson
Publication date: 02/23/2018
Series: Love and Harmony , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 933,975
File size: 452 KB

About the Author

Emily Robertson’s creativity started early in life on stage. Now instead of theatre, she spends her time creating worlds on the page for others to enjoy. As an avid reader, she enjoys reading New Adult and Contemporary Romance as much as she does writing them. When her dog isn’t keeping her company in her office, she might be anywhere. She’s recently learned all about baseball when her son took up the sport, playing mom taxi for one of the many activities that’s going on, or binging on some reality TV show she can’t get enough of.

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Encore 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Moonlight579 6 months ago
This book was so down to earth. I love rock star books and second chances. It was the best of both worlds for me. Austin and Shelby have had a rough past. When tragedy strikes Austins life, Shelby’s life is set into turmoil too. Meeting your past again is always hard but seeing your past love is the hardest when you still love them. Austin is such a great boy. He loves his family to pieces. His mom, brother, sister and niece are so important to him. Its just one thing he has in common Shelby. She fits right into his family well, too well she always thought. The things that tore them apart, can they be fixed after all these years? I can see so many possible storylines coming from this book! I can’t wait to read and find out what the next installment has in store for us. Enjoy!
DorisB More than 1 year ago
There is a saying “If you love somebody, let them go, for if they return, they were always yours. If they don't, they never were.”? That’s exactly what Shelby did with Austin. They were only 16 years old and Shelby was the one that encouraged Austin to try out for the singing talent show Supernova. When Austin ended up in second place a band approached him to join them. Shelby could see how the long distance relationship wasn’t working out and she knew she couldn’t hold Austin back from the chance of a lifetime. Of course with the frame comes the downside and that’s with the tabloid headlines making Austin the bad boy of the group. He was trying to live up to that label with heavy drinking and different women regularly in his bed. Now five years later they find themselves back in the same town again. Austin was brought back home after a tornado went through destroying everything. Austin’s sister was hurt and his mother was severely injured. Austin wasn’t the only one who lost something that day, Shelby lost her brother-in-law and the only family she had left being her sister, Anna, was now in a coma fighting for her life. Just being in the presence of each other again brought back the same feelings that had never actually left either of them. But what was the different this time and how would it work with Austin being on the road and living in LA with Shelby still living in their hometown? How does the small town librarian fit into the life of a famous rock star living in LA? This was a great rock romance, second chance read. I couldn’t put this book down because it took me in and kept me hooked until the very end. I’d love to see a story on Dani and Nate!
thicks More than 1 year ago
I love the way this author writes a story and how she uses her characters so well to bring it to life. This story has so much depth and so many different things to keep you invested in not only the characters but all of the action as well. These two needed skills they had only used to help others and never used to voice for themselves. They learn and use those skills to make their second chance work. Their friends and family help out along the way and are a great addition to the story. Family, support, guidance, compromise, angst, and sorrow all pour out of the pages as this author does so well. My heart broke over and over in different ways for different reasons all that from this wonderful emotional read.