Title: Love at the Bluebird
Author: Aurora Rose Reynolds
Rating: 4 1/2 stars
Where I got it: Kindle Unlimited
With a hit song sitting at number one on the country music charts, Gavin McNeer thought he finally had everything he ever wanted. All it takes is one look from the mesmerizing woman sitting in the front row at one of his shows and a brief encounter to make him realize just what he’s been missing. Even though he’s been burnt in the past, Gavin puts his inhibitions aside and his heart on the line to earn the trust of the woman who could be his everything.
Working in an industry where relationships start and end in the blink of an eye, Alyson Dawson has made it her mission not to get mixed up with musicians, no matter how good-looking they are. Keeping her focus on her blossoming career and clients, Aly doesn’t even have time to date much less fall in love. That is until she meets Gavin, a man who changes everything with one smoldering look.
Just when these two begin to settle into their new relationship, Aly is asked to do something that may require her to choose between the career she’s building and the man she’s falling in love with. To make things worse, Gavin’s ex decides to add a touch of drama to an already delicate situation.
Will their love survive, or become just another sad love song?
This is my second Aurora Rose Reynolds book this week, and boy, did I LOVE this one! This book didn’t even have one of ARR’s signature alpha males, but I sure loved Gavin, the main character.
Gavin’s an up and coming country singer and songwriter, living in Nashville. He agrees to play at the famous Bluebird Cafe, where singers and songwriters go to perform (it’s a real place; I’ve seen stories about it – it’s very cool). While performing, he locks eyes with Alyson Dawson and he’s done. He knows he has seen the love of his life.
Alyson works in the music industry, and knows what musicians are like, but Gavin is so different. He was such an amazing character that there were times he seemed way too good to be true, but he really was! I loved Gavin so much He’s my new book boyfriend.
There are lots of characters that we’ve seen before (some Mayson’s, and I just read Aly’s sister’s book, called Until Valerie). There were some new characters as well, like Gavin’s cousin Sosie. She was a really interesting character.
The story was sweet, and a little predictable, but it was still a very enjoyable story. I would highly recommend this book.