Spotlight: "The House at the End of Hope Street"

"The House at the End of Hope Street"
by Menna van Praag
Publisher: Pamela Dorman Books
Source: received from publicist
Release Date: April 4, 2013

The following description is from goodreads.com:

From the author of the “real page-turner” (Seventeen) Such a Rush comes an unforgettable new drama that follows friends-turned-lovers as they navigate the passions, heartbreaks, and intrigue of country music fame.

Bailey wasn’t always a wild child and the black sheep of her family. She used to play fiddle and tour the music circuit with her sister, Julie, who sang and played guitar. That ended when country music execs swooped in and signed Julie to a solo deal. Never mind that Julie and Bailey were a duet, or that Bailey was their songwriter. The music scouts wanted only Julie, and their parents were content to sit by and let her fulfill her dreams while Bailey’s were hushed away.

Bailey has tried to numb the pain and disappointment over what could have been. And as Julie’s debut album is set to hit the charts, her parents get fed up with Bailey’s antics and ship her off to granddad’s house in Nashville. Playing fiddle in washed-up tribute groups at the mall, Bailey meets Sam, a handsome and oh-so-persuasive guitarist with his own band. He knows Bailey’s fiddle playing is just the thing his band needs to break into the industry. But this life has broken Bailey’s heart once before. She isn’t sure she’s ready to let Sam take her there again…

Author Bio (from the publicist)
Menna van Praag
, author of The House at the End of Hope Street, is a freelance writer, journalist and Oxford graduate. She is also the author of Men, Money and Chocolate, an international success, already translated into twenty-six languages. She lives in Cambridge, England, with her husband and son.

For more information please visit http://www.mennavanpraag.com, and follow the author on Facebook and Twitter


Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publicist/publisher in exchange for a blog post.

6 comments

  1. That would suck to be passed over when you're part of a duet! I hope she makes it big with the other band. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  2. This is on my wish list/tbl too :)

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  3. I've read a few good reviews of this, so this is on my TBR too. Thanks for sharing! :-)

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