Beth Lapointe has her hands full--her teenaged sister is struggling with new motherhood, her job as a waitress is becoming more strenuous as her boss is pulled in different directions, and her alcoholic father is demanding she help him or heâll return to Bluestone. The last thing she needs is her high school sweetheart to show up live and in person and to realize she still has feelings for him. Country singer Maddox Bradley has returned to Bluestone, the only place heâs ever known peace. A car accident has the tabloids speculating over whether heâs drinking again, so he heads to the town where he used to spend his summer vacations. The town where he fell in love for the first time. He's shocked Beth is still there, but pleased. When he finds out she needs help, he wants nothing more than to give it to her, to make up for leaving her behind all those years ago. But is she willing to take it from a recovering alcoholic who has no plans to stick around?
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|Title of eBook: Bluestone Song|
|Release Date: 02-18-2012|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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|Parent title||Bluestone Song|
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To Dad and Sue
Thanks for everything!Bluestone Song Prologue
Maddox Bradley blinked his eyes open and peered through broken glass. A moment passed before he processed what he was seeing—spider-webbed windshield, crumpled hood, tree bark. Shit. He’d wrecked his car. Cautiously, he sat back, relieving the bite of the seatbelt into his shoulder.
His first thought was to check his hands. He stretched them in front of him and flexed his fingers. Thank God, no pain. He’d still be able to play guitar.
Red and blue lights flashed in the rearview mirror. A glance told him three emergency vehicles were behind him. He jumped when someone appeared at his door, banging on the intact passenger window. Moving slowly, because damn, he hurt all over, he reached for the handle and shoved it open. A flashlight blinded him.
“Mr. Bradley? You all right?” the young female officer asked.
Maddox groaned inwardly. Too much to hope someone wouldn’t recognize him. “Not sure.”
“You been drinking tonight, sir?”
And too much to hope whoever recognized him wouldn’t know his past. “No, ma’am.” While the lie had come to him easily back in the day, this time it was the God’s honest truth....
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