Matthew Simms has two goals in life, marry his high school sweetheart, Hannah, and play in the MLB some day. Coming from Mason Creek, he always assumed he’d be his and Hannah’s ticket out of the small town, but when Hannah shows off her talents that she held hidden for so many years some plans change. Will love or following your dreams win over everything else when decisions have to be made?
Lauren Runow is the author of multiple Adult Contemporary Romance novels, some more dirty than others. When Lauren isn’t writing, you’ll find her listening to music, at her local CrossFit, reading, or at the baseball field with her boys. Her only vice is coffee, and she swears it makes her a better mom!
Review by Twinsie Dee
I was given this book by the author for an honest review
They say nothing last forever especially when your young, but that doesn’t seem to be the case for Hannah and Matthew. Until they have to face the reality that Matthew is going to college and Hannah isnt sure what she wants to do after she graduates, til one day shes caught singing at Matthew’s dads house and her amazing voice is discovered. Next thing she knows Tucker (Matthew’s dad) is asking her to do a duet with him on stage and that’s when Hannah figures out she wants to become a singer. A band is formed and gigs are books and Hannah is spending more time with the guys in her band then she is her boyfriend and he’s leaving for college and Hannah is moving to Nashville and she makes the hard decision to end their relationship and figuring out that their someday may never happen. Years fly by and Hannah finds herself back in mason creek to help with her mom and then comes face to face with Matthew, will these two rekindle their old flame or keep on their separate paths and never have the someday they always dreamed of.
Lauren is a graduate from the Academy of Art in San Francisco and is the founder and co-owner of the community magazine she and her husband publish. She is a proud Rotarian, helps run a local non-profit kids science museum, and was awarded Woman of the Year from Congressman Garamendi. She lives in Northern California with her husband and two sons.