What if you are my dream?
Guilt and failure hold me down until a sexy musician brings adventure…brings joy. But what will become of me when our adventure is done?
Good Girl Mia feels guilty for her brother’s death. It was her kidney that killed him, after all.
Four years later, Mia is back home, trying to pretend that she’s got it all together. She’s set to take over the family car dealership and is determined to never make her mama cry again. But she’s also running from the guilt and a boy who never really loved her.
Derek Waters has just signed with a record label and is determined to spend his summer touring with his band, far away from his alcoholic dad and the whole L.A. scene. Dealing with anyone of the female persuasion is the last thing on his mind.
When the soulful musician enters Mia’s world, she finds herself setting aside everything she thought she wanted for an adventure she never saw coming. For some reason, she wants this gorgeous man to know her story. The story of a girl who gave a body part to save a brother that everyone wanted to survive more than the girl herself…and how that hadn’t worked out.
But what will become of Good Girl Mia when their short-lived adventure is all over?
Inspired by Ed Sheeran love songs, comes a novel by award-winning author, LJ Evans, about forgiveness, love, and healing.
So this is book 2 of the series “My Life As An Album” by LJ Evans.
This is also the book that I connected too the most. Maybe because Mia reminded me of myself at her age; young, naive & too busy keeping others happy than to worry about herself.
Mia’s life was always about pleasing others. Keeping others happy. Putting herself last. Until Derek Waters comes along and turns her world a little topsy turvy. With a little encouragement to go out on a adventure and a lot of courage, she sets out on a three week tour with this gorgeous musician and falls head over heels in love. He lures her out of her comfort zone. He makes her believe in herself. He takes an interest in HER.
Their love story is definitely, a story worth reading. LJ has really outdone herself with this series, but this story of Mia is by far my favourite.
Definitely, without a doubt a 5/5 rating.