Good Girl Mia feels guilty for her brother’s death. It was her kidney that killed him after all…
Four years later, Mia is back home after college and trying to pretend that she’s got it all together. She’s set to take over the family car dealership, and is determined to never make her mama cry again, but she’s also running from guilt and a boy who never really loved her.
Derek Waters has just signed with a record label and is determined to spend his summer touring with his band far away from his alcoholic dad and the whole L.A. scene. Dealing with anyone of the female persuasion is the last thing on his mind.
But then the sexy musician walks into Mia’s dealership, and they both find themselves throwing their best laid plans aside. Which leaves Mia wondering how she’ll survive the guilt of touring with this tattooed rocker in her dead brother’s Camaro. And what will become of Good Girl Mia when Derek Waters is done with her?
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Oh this book … I love when I can see an authors growth when I’m reading a series and I got that with this book. This was a story I never wanted to put down and it was amazing how LJ entwined pieces of book 1. Yes, that’s a warning book one should be read first but if you don’t want to you can totally read this as a stand alone just know book 2 does spoil book 1.
Mia and Derek’s story is one that instantly grabs you and holds your attention and heart, it’s a story that you can’t walk away from and one that gave me the butterflies and hurt in my stomach I long for when I read. I will admit I had one complaint and it was the constant reference to Derek as a B.B. for me it was repetitive and overly used. Everything else though made up for that but I would not be honest if I didn’t admit I wanted to stab things the more it was used. I loved this story, I talked about this story for days after I finished this book and I really loved that I could share this story with my daughter. She now loves LJ’s writing as much as me!!! I highly recommend you listen to the playlist as you read because it completely intensives the story and I might have cried several times but that’s what makes me love a story even more.
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