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One Night in Chicago

(City Nights #12)

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Breaking up is hard to do, especially after four years together.

Taylor Middleton, a singer striving for her big break, and her boyfriend Malcolm Darling, a mover and shaker in the music business, have decided to call it quits. Taylor wants to take her onstage persona—Gracie M—to LA, where she hopes bright lights and big dreams await.

But before they break up, the two decide
Published May 27th 2015 by Tirgearr Publishing
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Taylor is a 20-something lounge singer from Brooklyn whose 40ish boyfriend Malcolm is a talent agent representing bands, not singers. They have been in a committed relationship for four years, but Taylor is planning a move to LA with two friends in order to launch her singing career there. She's struggled to find her audience in NYC and is looking for a completely fresh start, even leaving Malcolm behind. This came as a surprise for Malcolm, who'd been more than happy with their relationship. As ...more
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I should state that I received a free copy of the book from the author as I "attended" and participated in her online launch party for the book.

I've been looking forward to reading this since it came out, finally got a chance to read it today.

The relationship between Taylor and Malcolm is very realistic. The premise of them going on a last trip to break up? Not so much, but hey, this is fiction, and something some people in real life do. With Malcolm personality type, it seemed plausible enough
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Megan Morgan is an award-winning paranormal and contemporary romance author from Cleveland, Ohio. A mild-mannered airport lounge supervisor by day and purveyor of things that go bump in the night, she lives on the often-wintry shores of Lake Erie with her spoiled cat and adult son, both of whom shed too much.

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