Mating A Country Star by Kenna Grace

This is entertaining, sweet and intense. Sam is an intern at the local paper, and he's competing for a full time job opening. Whoever writes the best  article gets it published under their name, and gets the job. Wracking his head for a great story, he decides to go backstage at the Luke Bryan concert and stealthily get an interview. Luke is bored in the nowhere town, so he drinks, gets high and does coke. When Luke and Sam meet after the concert they end up talking for hours., then Luke takes Sam home. As Sam is trying to sneak out, Luke gives him his phone number and asks him to call. Sam goes home and writes his article, not planning to contact Luke again. Until he finds out he's pregnant. When he tells Luke, Luke us shocked and unsure about being a father, but when Sam decides to have the baby, Luke decides that he wants to try to be a family. But there are trust issues, and tabloid pics, that interfere with the relationship. I liked both of the characters, but I have more sympathy for Luke.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.

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