HEAVEN BESIDE YOU

HEAVEN BESIDE YOU                          CHRISTA MAURICE
Posted:  Feb. 28, 2015

Heaven Beside You (Drawn to the Rhythm, #2)He’s her rock n’roll fantasy, but could he ever be more?

Half the year, Cassandra Geoffrey runs In The Pines Campground, and spends the other half alone on a West Virginia mountain. She’s not completely happy with the situation, but she loves her wacky, close-knit hometown. Besides, the man of her dreams isn’t likely to appear anytime soon—until Jason Callisto, lead guitarist for Touchstone, her ultimate fantasy crush, shows up. At her campground. It’s gotta be fate.

After being dumped by his supermodel girlfriend, Jason has been impossible to live with. Now he’s been exiled by his manager to West Virginia, before he breaks up the band on the eve of the Grammys. Clearly, Jason is Cass’s adventure of a lifetime. To him, she’s just an ego boost….Or is she? With so much at stake, can they take a risk and reach for more?

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
This story Heaven beside you, is about a rock star being sent away by his manager for two weeks to find himself. When he arrives in West Virginia at a camp ground that is normally closed for the winter the owner Cass knows who he is immediately and tries not to embarrass herself in front of him. The next day they go into town and he meets some locals and he is really starting to like her. As the story goes on and they get snowed in as they start finding out things about each other he still feels like she is taking advantage of him even though he is the rock star. That is really the part I had a problem with because earlier in the story she cut down a tree with a chain saw and was starting to cut into portions and then using a sled taking it to the house for fire wood. He really did not help at all until he wanted to go someplace, then he helped with moving the tree. I think most guys would have gone out to help her even if they were a guest and especially if they were attracted to her and not just watch her do it. She didn’t him if anything he needed her and really they needed each other. His mother and sisters set him straight in the end which actually helped the story. Overall I did like the character from the town and her parents and his sisters and mother. The book was a quick read for me I finished it in one day. A good book. I got this book from net galley.  I give this 4 Stars.

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