A washed-up rockstar, a single mother, and a marriage of convenience.
David Weston is done with the rockstar lifestyle. After a decade of decadence, he moves back home to the country hamlet of Ocilla, Georgia, to rediscover who he always meant to be. But finding himself in the small town of his childhood is harder and lonelier than he thought it’d be.
Cassidy lost her husband, her life savings and is on the brink of losing her sanity. With three children to feed and no roof over their heads, she moves back in with her parents. Working two jobs and taking care of a family has exhausted every reserve she has, and with the medical bills piling up, she can’t see a way forward.
When a friend signs Cassidy up for online dating, she finds herself face to face with her high-school sweetheart, who just happens to be one of the biggest rockstars in the world.
He’s rich, handsome and kind. She’s lonely, tired and desperate. When he suggests a marriage of convenience it doesn’t take much to convince her to give it a try. But there’s more to this relationship than either one is willing to admit.
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