After nearly a decade paying her dues, radio host Avery Lind is on the cusp of making her dreams come true. When the ‘on-air’ sign lights up, her award-winning radio show will be broadcast across the nation and every lonely night, forgotten friendship, and failed relationship will have been worth it. That is until the past she thought she’d outrun saunters into her studio—on the biggest day of her life.
Musician Matt Taylor has spent the last nine years proving ‘the platinum effect’—that blonds do, in fact, have more fun. At least that’s what everyone thinks. In truth, all he wants is a chance to prove he’s more than pretty packaging. When the perfect opportunity lands in his lap, he’s ready to show the world the real Matt Taylor. Until he recognizes the woman behind the microphone. Her hair and name are different, but there’s no mistaking her. Her eyes have been imprinted on his heart since the day she left him—with no explanation.
The chemistry between them still crackles like radio static—on and off air. But as they grow close once again, Avery is left with one question: will she have to reveal her secret to get a second chance with the man she’s never forgotten?
Don't Let the Music Die is the second book in the Storyhill Musicians contemporary romance series. If you like steamy, swoony workplace entanglements, then you'll love this second-chance romance.