I had to buy this book on trust as I couldn't find a review but loved all of the other Julie Ortolon books I've read. This is what it says in the synopsis on the back of the book:
'Riley Stone kissed Hope, Texas goodbye and good riddance ten years ago, when she headed out to conquer the music world with a head full of dreams and a heart bruised by unrequited love. Now the alluring singer is back with one mission in mind - to save the town's old music hall before Jackson Hope can tear it down.
Long ago, Riley fell for Jackson - a skinny kid with worldly ways and a family who literally owned the town. But now the elser Hopes are letting their town fall apart. Signs of dilapidation are everywhere... except on the grown up and strikingly sexy Jackson. As the two go toe-to-toe, Riley can't help but notice.
Jackson is having a hard enough time trying to pull the town out of bankruptcy without battling the girl who tormented him with desire through his high school years - especially when she's even more tempting than he remembers. And now he's going to have to choose between the life he planned and a woman he finds unforgettable.'
I found this an OK book in itself, but compared to Julie Ortolon's others, not great - a lot more cheesey and overdramatic.