Don’t You Forget About Me

Oliver-Heber. (Love on the Radio, Bk. 2). Nov. 2022. 156p. ISBN 9781648393150. pap. $8.99. CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
King Sullivan returns to the hometown he hates when, after a recent stint in rehab and a determination to change his lifestyle, he realizes that living in L.A. is not going to be possible. Not just for himself, but also for his newly discovered infant son. His celebrity life as a rock star was empty, but life back home wasn’t without problems. Ten years ago, he left his small town and the love of his life when her judge father used intimidation and threats to break the two of them up. Lennon Ward was left brokenhearted when King left, and now that he is back, with a baby, she wants nothing to do with him. But they can’t stay away from each other. And in small towns, even secrets a decade old are eventually revealed. Can the rock star and the girl he left behind clear up the past and write a new future together?
VERDICT While readers might have an earworm the entire time they’re reading, this book will make them wish it were longer. They’ll be impatient for the next one in this series from Simone (Jessie’s Girl).
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