Good Girl Mia feels guilty for her brother’s death. It was her kidney that killed him after all…
Four years later, Mia Phillips is back home after college and trying to pretend that she’s got it all together. She’s set to take over the family car dealership, and is determined to never make her mama cry again, but she’s also running from guilt and a boy who never loved her.
Derek Waters has just signed with a record label and is determined to spend his summer touring with his band, and as far away from his alcoholic dad and the whole L.A. scene. Dealing with anyone of the female persuasion is the last thing on his mind.
But then the sexy musician walks into Mia’s dealership, and they both find themselves throwing their best laid plans aside. And Mia finds herself wondering how she’ll survive the guilt of touring with this tattooed rocker in her dead brother’s Camaro. What will become of Good Girl Mia when Derek is done with her?
LJ Evans lives in California’s Central Valley with her husband, daughter, and the three terrors called cats. She’s been writing as a compulsion since she was a little girl. When she’s not spending her days huddled around a group of 1st graders in a local public school, she can be found binge reading just about anything or binge watching original shows like The Crown, Stranger Things, and Downton Abbey. She is the author of several completed screenplays that have gone to the quarter and semi-finals of contests such as The BlueCat Screenplay Competition, The International Screen Writing Awards, and the Writer’s Network Screenplay & Fiction Competition. My life as a country album is her debut novel.
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