How’s that for a poetic title? Under a Georgia Moon. Rolls right off the tongue.
Here’s what it’s about:
Addie Heywood thought she was doing okay after her fiancé dumped her just weeks before their wedding, claiming he’d found someone else more compatible with his health food tastes. But when he marries the other woman three months later, Addie needs to get away. Leaving her home in Idaho, she escapes to Mitchel Creek, Georgia to visit her Aunt Janie. She just wants to spend the next two weeks enjoying her aunt’s southern cooking, not dodging the guys her aunt is determined to set her up with.
Chase Nichols isn’t looking for love. His dream is to trade his computer mouse for his guitar and make it big in the country music world. If he can land a job in Nashville, he might have a shot at getting discovered. His plans get derailed when he does his neighbor a favor and picks up her niece, Addie, at the airport. Things get even more complicated when his ex-girlfriend comes back into the picture. That’s when he hatches a new plan. Since Addie wants to avoid her aunt’s matchmaking schemes, and he wants to avoid his ex-girlfriend, they’ll fool the world by pretending to date. What neither of them counts on is actually falling in love.
So we’ve got a guy here who dreams of being a country music star. But his dreams are derailed and he falls in love.
I don’t know, but I don’t see how it’s a healthy relationship if you have to put your dreams on hold.
The question, then, is if this is really Rock Fiction or not. Can Christian fiction be Rock Fiction? That’s a good question, one this book could answer.