Will thinks Gillian has what it takes to make it in Nashville, but he can't help being wildly attracted to her in a way that has little to do with music. She inspires him to change his ways, but he's still wary about mixing business with pleasure. He did that once before and got burned.
But neither Will nor Gillian can deny the spark between them. As things heat up, Gillian dares to imagine a life with Will—even though she knows he's not a forever kind of guy. And then Will makes a move—bringing back memories of the father who abandoned her—that makes her question him and her whole life in Nashville.
Can Gillian get over the disappointments of the past and find her place in Nashville, and with Will?
Let me completely honest, I started this book around midnight and became so engrossed into Gillian's life that I stayed up till 6am. Gillian and Will's romance is 100% what every girl dreams of. From the moment, she stepped foot into the recording studio I got butterflies. All props to the author for the cliche set up that still gives you the happy, gooey feeling. Even though he goes against everything she was raised on, he still pursues her because the heart wants what the heart wants. I think that my favorite part of the book is when he takes her to his house. Especially with the knowledge that she is the first person he has ever brought back to it. As a reader you completely understand that he's in the relationship for the long run and isn't scared to let Gillian know about it. I think that without his consistent persistence, Gillian would not have even returned back to Nashville. It's the fact that she realizes he's her home and it makes my heart soar with happiness. Their happily ever after gives me hope that sometimes fairytales do exist.