This Week’s Read: Solstice by Gemma Harris

Solstice coverElizabeth Rose rules the West End. Or at least she did. When she headlines the Musical Theatre Proms at London’s Royal Albert Hall, Elizabeth has the biggest reality check ever when the audience don’t really know who she is! That combined with finding her unsupportive boyfriend in bed with another woman, leads to Elizabeth having a meltdown. She finds herself jumping on a train armed with nothing but her bag, her purse and no sense of direction in her life.
The trains stops in the sea side town of Sunset Ferry who are in the middle of their own festival – Solstice, a month’s worth of pure rock music. Slowly Elizabeth starts to let go and enjoy herself without the confines of her fame and with only Hotel Manager Victoria and her wannabe musician daughter Sophie knowing who she really is.
After an initial run in with lead singer of top rock band Avalanche, the gorgeous but full of himself Ricky Steal, Elizabeth starts to believe that sweet music really can be made with him, despite the madness going on around her.

The latest Chick Lit from the Author of The Second Lamppost From The Left and Twenty Nine and Counting.

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