“It was just business, it was nothing.”
That’s what my brother Nate said when he stabbed me in the back. He’s a ruthless record label mogul who’s only loyalty is to himself. New York has nothing left for me.
Joshua Lexington moves across country to cut all ties with his brother and put the ugly family differences behind him. Once a promising musician in a great band, Joshua resigns himself to work as a low-paid jingle writer in Los Angeles.
But his bad luck changes when he meets Trissa Harring, a young costume designer who steals his heart and inspires him to write songs again. That is until life’s cruel twists and turns, derails him and he blows it with Trissa.
The best thing he has ever had, slips through his fingers and she leaves for New York, the last place Joshua wants to be.