Fame and money rained down on Dess Hampton like a monsoon. She couldn’t imagine needing more—until her golden voice was silenced. Now her quiet days are filled with her guitar and she savors every sunrise. Curious, and as a favor to a friend, she emerges to hear a rumored superstar in the making.
Music pours out of Erika Alvarez through her voice and her fingertips. She’s awed that the reclusive Dess Hampton wants to hear her sing, and then blown away when Dess agrees to sit in for a few gigs.
Dess can tell that Erika is destined for the life that she once had and wants no part of, ever again. But can the magic of the music they make together, and the growing love between them, trump Erika’s ambition and Dess’s fears? How much are they willing to sacrifice for it—and for each other?
… is about finding passion in life. It's about relationships and how what we may think we want isn't always what's best for us. It's a story with meat on its bones and the best kind of song in its heart.
Lesbian Reading Room
...a great story and a sizzling romance. Tracey Richardson has produced another great ‘trad' romance. The characters are well drawn and realistic. The settings varied and interesting and the experience of life on the road gives a great backdrop to the developing emotions.
The Lesbian Review
...was a surprising delight. When I began reading it took me only a handful of pages to become completely captivated by the book. I liked that Richardson introduced personal flaws and fears into the equation because it made everything more believable. Nice work...
Praise for Tracey Richardson
"Richardson gives us strong, yet individual characters..." -- Lambda Literary Review
"Playful and sexy, not silly..." -- Kissed by Venus
"Books that cause the readers to look forward to her next one..." -- Just About Write