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Each time a book is written, an author puts her or his heart and soul on the pages, much like a musician does with music. At Inkspell Publishing, we love to celebrate this hard work and accomplishment with a birthday! Today is one such day.... Tangled in Tennessee is available at all ebook retailers. We hope you'll join us in celebrating along with Alexandra. But first, check out her book....
One summer. One city. One dream. One world famous boy band.
Mackenzie Tanner was happy to spend her summer in Nashville pursuing her dreams of making music without any interruptions—and then she met the world-famous boy band, Dear Juliet. Suddenly, Mackenzie is thrown into an adventure that has her living all of the experiences she only ever wrote songs about. A whirlwind romance and a boy who always gets what he wants turns Mackenzie’s summer into the biggest, scariest adventure of her life.
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A sliver of streetlight fell over the wall as a boy walked through the front door, shaking out his hair. He wore dark jeans and a black t-shirt, and was busy tapping away on his phone as he walked.
“Oh, there’s Jake. Jake! Mate!” Riley called out.
Jake looked up, nodding their direction before sauntering up to the bar.
The bartender got a goofy grin on her face as she greeted him. He said something, which made her laugh, and then he leaned in closer. She bit her lip and nodded, reaching under the counter and grabbing a beer.
She then pulled out a pen and wrote something on a napkin, and handed it to him. He crooked his finger, motioning for her to come closer, and whispered something in her ear. A smile crept on her face, and she nodded vigorously, giving a small wave as he pushed away from the counter and turned to them. The exchange couldn’t have taken more than a minute, but she already seemed wrapped around his finger.
Mackenzie looked away quickly, not wanting to be caught staring.
She looked at her plate, then, surprised to see it nearly empty when she’d only had a few fries.
She looked over at him and he was chewing away absentmindedly, watching Macy play. He must have sensed her gaze, because he said, “You’re right, these are great.”
“Oh really?” she asked, looking down at the empty plate pointedly. “I wouldn’t know.”
“Guilty,” he admitted, giving her bashful smile. “My treat?”
Mackenzie just laughed, rolling her eyes. “What a gentleman.”
“Jake!” Riley shouted suddenly, making Mackenzie jump in her seat.
She turned around to see Jacob Turner leaning against the side of the booth. His hair was a tousled mess, his green eyes sparkling down at her mischievously. A dimple pierced his cheek. “Hello.”