Fabiola Francisco ~ Write You A Love Song ~ Release Blitz / Teasers / Excerpt / ARC Review

 

 

Book: Write You a Love Song

The Love In Everton Series

Author Fabiola Francisco

 

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Blurb:

 

What’s a girl to do after burning all of her no-good, cheating boyfriend’s belongings? Throw a dart at a map and start over in a new town.

 

I may be new to the small town of Everton, but I’m well aware that I now share a zip code with a celebrity. You’d have to be living under a rock to not know, Knox Bentley, one of country music’s biggest stars.

 

When Knox wanders into my bar— careful brown eyes and broody attitude—I can’t tear my gaze away. A cheating scandal fresh on his heels is just one reason I should stay far, far away, but the closer we get, the more I realize he’s not at all what I imagined.

 

But being a famous musician comes with unwanted attention…the kind that tears people apart, and now it’s becoming too painful to stay by his side.

 

They say love is a choice, but so is leaving…

 

 

 

 

Write You a Love Song Prologue:

 

Knox

 

The flashing car lights I’m anxious to leave behind are a blur as I speed down the highway. I can’t drive fast enough to escape my past. I scrub a hand down my face, the other tightening around the steering wheel as my knuckles whiten.

The radio is silent. I don’t want a reminder of the one thing that stole everything from me. The swooshing of the other cars I race past is enough music for my ears. The pelting rain on my car adds the only drumming I need right now.

An angry breath moves through me, and I blow out air from my lips. All I can think about is her. Her and the pain in her eyes that mirrored the same pain I put there four years ago.

It’s done.

It was done a long time ago, and I’m the only one to blame.

I squeeze my eyes shut despite my flying speed. I’ve lost control of everything in my life. Little by little, I gave a piece of my life to a dream I thought would offer everything I ever needed.

Instead, it destroyed me. It destroyed my passion. And now, the media is having a ball with it all, blowing it all up, making mountains out of invisible grains of sand. Enough to hurt both her and me.

I was naïve, and she was strong.

I flick the turn signal and take the exit, the shrilling sound of an incoming call interrupting my thoughts.

“What?” I bark out.

“Where are you?” My friend and manager, Harris, asks.

“You know where.” I go to hang up, but his voice comes through.

“Don’t do it,” he demands.

“You can’t tell me what to do anymore.”

“Knox, we’ll get through this. We’ll get a new label. Hell, you’re famous enough you can create your own label and release whatever you want,” he tries to convince me. This is about more than my music. This is about something bigger than a label, it’s about a culture.

“I’m done, Harris.”

“When will you be back?” His voice rings with resignation.

“I don’t know.” I hang up and pull into the airport.

Grabbing my suitcase, I stalk through the doors, cap low on my face and head bowed. I go through security, never glancing back at the city I’m leaving behind. 

 

—Write You a Love Song, ©Fabiola Francisco

 

 

 

 

My ARC Review:

This was my first read by Fabiola, and it was a lovely cosy country music / small town / brooding celebrity read that I really enjoyed – it was a good mixture of everything really, sweet and steamy, with a touch of drama, a brooding and guarded hero with a cute, quirky and caring heroine.

Knox has moved back home to his family living in small town Everton, need a break and an escape from his famous career and his life being in the spotlight. He is a famous country singer and has just split with his equally famous wife, but there is a secret here which nobody knows about and he has signed an NDA for and can’t discuss, and he really despises his life and what he has been through and the music business in general, and needs to get away from everything.

Ainsley has escaped from her cheating boyfriend and has ended up bartending in Everton, something and somewhere new for her to try again with her life, but making friends is difficult in a small town where everyone knows each other. Knox and his brother visit the local bar where Ainsley is bartending and they have an instant connection and form a friendship easily. But both find each irresistible and bring out something missing in each other and their friendship develops into something more.

This was an easy, fun, slow burn read with lots of swoony bits and great characters set in a wonderful town, I really enjoyed it and recommend you give this a go.

 

 

 

 

Meet the Author:

 

Fabiola Francisco is a contemporary romance author from South Florida. Writing as been a part of her life since she was a teenager. Even at that age, she dreamed of happy endings with emotional twists. Her novels include Perfectly Imperfect, The Restoring Series, Sweet on You Duet, and Red Lights, Black Hearts.

 

Her passion for books and writing has inspired her to write her own stories. She writes novels readers could relate to and grow with. She’s currently working on writing more stories that connect with readers on a deeper.

 

Fabiola also loves expressing herself through art and spending time in nature. In her spare time, she loves to cuddle with a good book and a glass of wine.

 

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