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Paradise by Jill S. Alexander
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Dec 12, 2011

From "Best Kept YA Sectets 2011" Dec 13, 2011

"Of all the airplane hangers in all the small towns in the world, he walks into mine."

Oops, wrong story. This one takes place in small-town Texas, not 1940s Morocco. The main character is Paisley, a drummer in a country rock band. Paisley's band practices in her Uncle L.V.'s airplane hangar. If her band is going to make it to the Texapalooza music festival, they need a lead singer. Now.

Suddenly, in strolls Paradise. Not only does he complete the band, he turns Paisley's head. Which is great, except that Cal, the band's quiet lead guitarist, is also secretly in love with Paisley. Each chapter from Paisley's point of view alternates with a song written by Cal. About his feelings for Paisley.

Okay, just writing this makes me want to go read this book all over again.

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