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December 1st 2016 by Harlequin Heartwarming
He’s got to save his career—and himself
Hitting rock bottom has landed country star Boone Williams in the middle of his worst nightmare: a recording studio on a horse therapy farm hours away from Nashville. He has no interest in dealing with his problems or writing a new album. And he’s definitely not interested in the gorgeous, feisty mom of one of Helping Hooves’s young clients. She doesn’t even know who he is! But his record label is one tabloid story from cutting him loose, and Boone can’t seem to turn around without bumping into Ruby and her daughter, Violet. Clearly, Boone’s not going to get what he wants. Could Ruby be just what he needs?
Other Books in the Series
The Girl He Used to Love
(Grace Note Records #1)
by Amy Vastine
Adult Contemporary Romance
Mass Market Paperback & ebook, 368 pages
July 1st 2016 by Harlequin Heartwarming
The past will always be between them
He swore he’d never return home. Then a flat tire lands Dean Presley back in Grass Lake, Tennessee, and he’s forced to confront the woman he left behind. Faith Stratton was once the love of his life. Now her gifted brother could be the rising Nashville star Dean needs for his struggling music label. But it means taking Sawyer away from the horse therapy farm that Faith’s so proud of. That won’t be easy, especially since those old feelings that started all the trouble… Well, let’s just say he can’t go back there, because he doesn’t want to relive the memories of the terrible accident that drove them apart.
Guest Post: Boone Williams
Thank you so much for hosting me today on your blog. I am thrilled to share a little about my hero in Catch a Fallen Star. Boone Williams was the hardest hero for me to write so far. Boone was introduced to readers in the first book in the series, The Girl He Used to Love. In that story, Boone is the bane of Dean Presley’s existence. Dean’s record company needs Boone to get his act together or is going to have to let Boone go. Boone was a challenge for me because he was pretty unlikeable in the first story from Dean’s perspective, so I was worried I might not be able to make him someone readers root for.
Little did I know there was a heart of gold under that cantankerous exterior. He stole my heart as I got inside his head.
In Catch a Fallen Star, Boone is at a crossroads. He’s clean and sober but still struggling to get his life together. He’s come to Grass Lake, Tennessee to regroup and find a way to resuscitate his dying career. His record label has set him up at Helping Hooves, an equine therapy farm. The hope is the farm’s social worker can help Boone find the music that’s been missing since he stopped drinking.
Boone’s backstory includes an ex, who’s also a famous country music singer. They have a daughter, who wants nothing to do with her dad. Boone hasn’t been the best father, but is hoping that his sobriety will help him prove he can be the parent she deserves. If she’d just give him a chance.
Unfortunately, Emmy Lou doesn’t trust him and isn’t even willing to answer his calls or texts. Just when he’s about to give up, he meets Violet Wynn, a troubled teen who also goes to Helping Hooves for counseling. Violet teaches him that being humble can go a long way. It also doesn’t hurt that she’s got a beautiful mother, who tugs at heartstrings Boone didn’t know he had.
What I love about Boone is that even though he’s completely spoiled at the beginning of the book (he’s used to getting what he wants when he wants it), he figures out that fame is nothing compared family.
Ruby (Violet’s mom) doesn’t even know who he is when she meets him. She’s definitely not impressed with his celebrity. It makes Boone have to reevaluate himself and how he presents himself to the world. It’s the catalyst to his change.
If you love a good redemption story, Catch a Fallen Star is for you! I hope you’ll love him as much as I do.
Amy Vastine has been plotting stories in her head for as long as she can remember. An eternal optimist, she studied social work, hoping to teach others how to find their silver lining. Now, she enjoys creating happily ever afters for all to read. Amy lives outside Chicago with her high school sweetheart-turned-husband, three fun-loving children, and their sweet but mischievous puppy dog.
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