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Indigo Blues by Danielle Joseph
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Watch out readers, Danielle Joseph has done it again. Indigo Blues is hot off the presses and a totally cool read. Have you ever listened to a song on the radio and wondered if it was written about a real person? Have you ever wished you were that person? (well, if it was about a rocker being totally in love with you) I'll fess up and say I have…for sure. But, Indigo Jackson—the girl MC in the book—soooo does not want the attention that suddenly swarms her small town life when her ex-beau Adam—the guy MC in the book—writes a song about how she broke his heart. The song catapults to #1 Adam and his band mates to national superstar status in only a matter of weeks. But he's crushed when Indigo won't return his calls or text messages. Meanwhile, Indigo flounders while trying to figure out how to deal with her sudden fame, including the people who hate her for being such a heartbreaker. The one thing Indigo and Adam do have in common—well, besides the hit song—is that neither likes the limelight. Is that enough to bring them back together? Told in alternating points of view, Danielle has written a novel that's as feel good as your favorite pick-me-up song.
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Violet the Vanisher hey do you know where I might be able to download this book for my ereader the formant has to be pdf or epub an some where that I dont have to pay do you think you can help me pls an thank you


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