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Unplugged by J.P. Grider
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Jan 20, 12

Read in January, 2012

Tagg Holland had life handed to him on a silver platter. He was the son of a rock star, and one himself, until tragedy struck and his life turned to nothing more than a wreck. It took a year for a light to pierce the darkness but destiny had another life in mind for Taggart Holland, an interesting life indeed.

Wow, is all I have to say. I live with a musician myself and I know just how much music is a part of a person's life. I have also dealt with the loss and the way they pull back into themselves. This book was an inspiring tale of determination to bring oneself out of that dark space. It captured all of the emotions that music brings into a life, and mingled it with the suspensefulness of a mystery. I couldn't put this book down. I cried with it, I laughed with it, and I would recommend this to anyone with a romantic side.
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J.P. Grider Thank you so much for the wonderful review.


Bill I'm right thrre with you, Melissa! I was pleasantly surprised!


J.P. Grider Thank you, Bill. I'm glad you liked it.
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