That’s how they said it. That’s how they always say it when it’s going to hurt. Oh, and one more thing Jack Vaughn, the man you thought was a friend, stole your lyrics and is now topping the music charts.
Oh and one more thing, her big sister said, I just asked Jack to sing for my wedding this weekend.
Seriously? April Quinn can believe this. She still hasn’t forgiven Jack and now she had to talk to him. Really, at some point in the last three years he could have apologized.
Maybe it’s time for some retribution.
What I liked: In Tune With Love is a sweet and fun novella. I really enjoyed watching April try to stay angry with Jack. Though, I’m pretty sure I would have killed the bridezilla!
What I didn’t like: It was a bit steamier & more worldly than I prefer.
|Source:||Zondervan via Netgalley|
|Steam:||Adult – Some really sizzling looks and thoughts that won’t be appropriate for all.|
|This Counts for these Challenges:||2015 Let Me Count The Ways Reading Challenge, 2015 New Authors Reading Challenge, 2015 What’s In A Name Reading Challenge, 2015 Contemporary Romance Reading Challenge, 2015 Women Challenge, 2015 NetGalley Reading Challenge, Reading Road Trip 2015 Challenge, Monthly Mix-up Mania, 2014 Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge|
|Series:||A Year of Weddings book 2 novella 5|
Love at Mistletoe Inn
A Brush with Love
Serving Up a Sweetheart
All Dressed Up in Love
In Tune With Love
Never a Bridesmaid
Picture Perfect Love
I Hope You Dance
Love on a Deadline
|Love Takes the Cake: A September Wedding Story (A Year of Weddings Novella Book 10)||The Perfect Arrangement: An October Wedding Story (A Year of Weddings Novella Book 11)|
About Amy Matayo:
I came this close (holds finger and thumb together until they practically touch) to also having an English degree, but decided I wanted to get married instead and besides, who needed it?
After all, managing an entire six-credit-hour semester seemed just so exhausting, and one degree was more than enough.
Stupid. Stupid. Stupid.
Not the marriage—that’s all good. But the pseudo-exhaustion. It might be nice to have that degree right now.
Anyway, after graduation, I went to work for DaySpring Cards—a division of Hallmark—where I worked for seven years as Senior Writer and Editor.
After the birth of my first child—a ten pound boy—I became a freelance writer before pursuing novel-writing full time.
My first contracted novel—The Wedding Game—won the 2012 ACFW Genesis Award. It releases on November 16, 2013.
As the mother of four children with a husband immersed in political life, I have very little free time. I prefer to spend that time enjoying intellectual pursuits such as: watching television with my feet propped up, watching movies with a bucket of popcorn, and watching my laundry pile high—with no desire to do anything about it.
It’s a fun life.
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