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Book Snippets – Pink and Country by Emmanuelle Snow @SnowEmmanuelle #DigitalReadsBlogTours #BookBlogger #romance

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Digital Reads Blog Tours presents the Blog Tour of author Emmanuelle Snow’s debut Pink and Country

PEOPLE IMPORTANT TO CARTER

Carter’s journey didn’t begin with this book but started so much earlier, probably when he was 6 years old and best friends with his neighbor.

Just a small snippet to reveal to you the people important to him. All of them affected me in this story and would affect you to. Read a small excerpt from the book…

Carrrrter.” Jack ran my way and jumped into my arms as soon as I climbed out of my truck. I held on tight to him and twirled him around. The long drive had defused my anger. Thanks to the wide-open countryside scenery, some old classic rock music, and peppermint tea. “Hey, buddy. It’s been too long, I’ve missed you.” I ruffled his short dark hair and put him back on his feet.

The kid had natural talent. It flowed in his veins. He hared the same genuine passion for music Dahlia and I did at his age. Dahlia inched closer and grabbed a bag from my trunk. She rose to the tips of her toes to drop a kiss on my cheek. Our eyes met, and we exchanged more in our gazes than any words could ever do. “I’ve missed you, Carter.”

My arms wrapped around her, and I pulled her closer. She felt skinnier than usual under my touch. My hands framed her face, and I leaned back to look at her. A lone tear rolled down her cheek, and I wiped it off with the pad of my thumb. “I’ve missed you too. So damn much. I’m sorry I ghosted you. I had to.” Dahlia lowered her gaze, her hands stuffed in her jeans pockets. “I know. It’s okay.” “No, it’s not, but I’ll make up for it.” Dahlia squeezed my forearm, and her lips curled up. Dahlia, our friend Stud, and I once had a band together. Carter Hills Band.

I have read the book. It is full of emotions and feels. A roller coaster ride that had me smiling even through my tears. Each character had lived their life and struggled hard to get the love of their lives. Though I was a Carter fan through and through, there was another character who came in the next book where Dahlia would tell her story.

If you want to be on the blog tour for Dahlia’s story, let me know.

MY RATING

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

BOOK LINKS

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BOOK BLURB

A cabin in the mountains.
A chance for a fresh start.
A dropped towel that seals their fate.

Lost and confused, April Simmons has no clue how to turn her life around. When her best friend sends her to a cabin in the mountains for a month, alone, to work on herself, April has no idea that her handsome, yet broody and enigmatic neighbor is country music superstar Carter Hills.

Carter has everything other people would kill for: money, success, and fame. And yet, being at the top has never felt so lonely.

The moment April and Carter meet, sparks fly, but neither is ready to give in to temptation.
Been there. Done that.

But soon, Carter decides April, the colorful and sassy woman living next door, is worth breaking every rule he set for himself years ago, and nothing she’ll do or say will keep him away. The more April resists, the more Carter pulls her in.

Can April trust Carter with her heart, knowing he has the power to shatter it into a million pieces?

Loving Carter Hills is like riding a roller coaster. It’s breathtaking. It’s fast. It’s scary. And it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

BOOK DETAILS

Publication Date: May 2021

I received an ARC from the author and the book is available on Kindle Unlimited, and this is my journey down its pages, straight from the heart. STRICTLY HONEST and UNBIASED.

All my reviews can be found here.

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