This is our song

Samantha Chase

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Chase, Samantha. Shaughnessy brothers.
Love stories
Naperville, Illinois : Sourcebooks Casablanca [2016]
Physical Description
349 pages ; 18 cm
Main Author
Samantha Chase (author)
Review by Booklist Reviews

Chase's fourth well-written and uniquely appealing Shaughnessy Brothers book features rock star Riley, struggling to finish his first solo album after things went awry with his participation in the production of a documentary. After pressure from his agent, he agrees to allow a reporter access for an in-depth article. After covering several lesser musicians, Savannah Daly sees this interview as her final ticket to bigger assignments. She expects Riley to be arrogant and spoiled, but instead they are immediately attracted to each other. To slow things down, Riley offers her a chance to spend two weeks with his many siblings and father in North Carolina. Riley (along with the other Shaughnessys in Chase's engaging musical-family series) must come to terms with his grief at losing his mother to reconnect with what he truly wants from life. Savannah and Riley are flawed yet strong characters with supportive, funny families who will not let them make too many mistakes. Recommend Chase to fans of Susan Elizabeth Phillips. Copyright 2016 Booklist Reviews.

Review by Publishers Weekly Reviews

In Chase's fourth Shaughnessy Brothers contemporary (after Always My Girl), a rock star gets his mojo back with the help of a sexy journalist. Riley Shaughnessy is having trouble finishing an album—his first solo project—and his record label has lost all patience. In return for extra time, he agrees to be interviewed for Rock the World magazine. Reporter Savannah Daly is not happy when her boss demands she take the assignment. She initially thinks Riley will be shallow and self-absorbed like all the other celebrities she's encountered, but while spending a month in North Carolina with the lively and endearing Shaughnessys, she discovers his rock star image is all smoke and mirrors. He appreciates that she treats him like a "normal man," and soon Savannah becomes Riley's muse. Their connection strengthens, and he sees a future with her as long as they can get past the secret she doesn't even realize she's keeping. With seasoned characters, plenty of humor, and tastefully implied sex scenes (which will appeal to those who prefer less heat), Chase has crafted another successful love match that readers will embrace. Agent: Mark Gottlieb, Trident Media Group. (Dec.) [Page ]. Copyright 2016 PWxyz LLC

Review by Publisher Summary 1

Surrounded by beautiful women who are attracted to his fame, musician Riley Shaughnessy resolves to win the heart of the one woman, entertainment reporter Savannah Daly, who disregards him as a pretty-boy rock star. By the best-selling author of Jordan's Return. Original.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Samantha Chase crafts a tender, hopeful family-centered romanceShe knows him by reputationRiley Shaughnessy knew that to stand out in his large family, he'd have to go big. Making a name for himself as a musician wasn't easy, but he followed his dreams to rock-star success. But the relentless expectations of fans is not helping the slump he's in now. So of course the person who attracts him is the woman who is not impressed by fame.Which gives Riley Shaughnessy a lot to proveEntertainment reporter Savannah Daly is completely unfazed by pretty-boy rock stars. She's just here to get her interview and write her story. But spending an entire month with the Shaughnessys is going to show Savannah a side of Riley she never could have guessed.Praise for Love Walks In:"The return of the Shaughnessy family is a welcome event."—RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars