By: Ann Everett
Sometimes it takes losing everything…
True Shanahan must be the
unluckiest woman in the world. Ei-
ther that or she‘s cursed. After an-
other failed relationship, True leaves
Dallas with a broken heart and new
attitude. It‘s time to walk on the wild
side. But when she makes a wrong
turn and ends up in Bluebird, Texas,
the only man she wants is anything
…to find all you’ve ever wanted.
Ritter Malone is the town‘s favor-
ite son and has the local hero awards to prove it. Seems he‘s
always in the right place at the right time. But when he crosses
paths with True, his life takes a turn he never sees coming. Her
songwriting skills may be questionable, but her ability to turn
him inside out is indisputable.
Welcome to Bluebird, Texas.
Where a chance meeting gives two people a chance at love.
Once seated on the bench, she ran her fingertips over the
keys. Other than the few notes she‘d hammered out at Ritter‘s,
she couldn‘t recall the last time she‘d played, but figured it was
like riding a bike.
―I should warn you. Apparently, I‘ve had some bad break-
ups, so my songs are a bit on the—‖
―No. More on the I‘ll-write-a-song-to-get-even-with-you
Jessie chuckled. ―I‘m anxious to hear them.‖
―Okay, here we go. The title of this one is, ―You Can‘t Emoji
Your Way Out of This.‖
When True finished all the verses, Jessie‘s face had turned
red with laughter. ―That‘s pretty cute. Got another one?‖
―Depending on how risqué you‘ll allow me to be, here‘s one
I call, ―There Was Nothing Between Us but Your Penis.‖
―Girl, you may be just what this place needs. What night you
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Length: Approx: 312 pages
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Ann Everett writes about small-town Texas, where the women are sassy enough to say what they want, and
the men are panty-melting hot with plenty of southern charm.
She‘s an Amazon bestselling author. She‘s won awards. She‘s a top reviewer on a major writing website, and
a regular speaker at Wordwyse Exposytions. Here are ten things about her more interesting than accolades.
She‘s married to her high school sweetheart. She loves shopping at thrift stores. She doesn‘t remember her
first kiss. She hates talking on the telephone. A really sharp pencil makes her happy. She secretly wants to get a
tattoo. She believes everyone should own a pair of cowboy boots. She‘s thankful wrinkles aren‘t painful. She
sucks at math.