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From Here to Nashville : A Country Music Romance by [Stock, Julie]
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About the Author

Julie Stock is an author of contemporary romance novels, novellas and short stories. She's also a proud member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. She blogs about her path to publication on her website, ‘My Writing Life’ www.julie-stock.co.uk You can also connect with her on Twitter, Goodreads and via her Facebook Author Page. If you would like to be the first to hear about her new releases and other news, you can also sign up to receive her occasional newsletters via her website. When she is not writing, she works part-time for a charity. She is married with two teenage daughters and lives with her family in Bedfordshire in the UK.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2105 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Clued Up Publishing (16 Feb. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SQ9TO7W
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #143,485 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have just finished reading FHTN and am going to have a go at reviewing it.

The characters were totally believable and I'm sure some of us had a friend like Sam, but found it hard to tell them their feelings were not reciprocated. It was handled so sensitively, I felt really sorry for him. You could also understand Matt's point of view, putting his family first. Jenna was Rachel's rock and it was good to see that they can maybe share a future in Nashville(?). Jackson's family seem to be my idea of how welcoming American families would be. They were so open, friendly and caring not only for Jackson and their family, but for Rachel as well. Also I could almost taste the food they served!

Descriptions of places, so clear and concise, it gave us in UK a chance to 'see' Nashville, and those in US to 'see' Dorset. The sections about gigs, recording, contracts etc. were so interesting, and again, a good insight as to how CDs etc. are produced. Very clever to include some of the words to Rachel's songs. How did you do that?!!

Having recommended FHTN to several of my friends, I do hope they enjoy the book as much as I have. This is one I certainly will re-read again and again. It really was a great read. Can't wait for the paperback to be published.

Congratulations and every good wish for the success of your wonderful book.

ps I should like to see Jenna's character expanded a bit more, especially since she has already made the leap to travel to America.
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Although shelved under romance this novel isn't just about the complications that arise when love is discovered unexpectedly, it’s also about the risks involved in following your dreams, being honest with yourself and daring to go where that dream might take you. I finished reading it with a great big sigh – not just because the final paragraph made me happy but also because it was the end of a great story.

There's plenty of conflict - some expected, some not. The characters are fleshed out and believable with actual flaws that they have to overcome and, in some cases, accept about one another and the setting is beautifully described too which adds another layer to the entire novel. The structure allowed me an insight into the male perspective of romance, which was surprising and well done; not something I've come across before but that creates a balanced view of the situation the main characters get themselves into and gives you a glimpse into difficulties both characters face internally as well as externally.

Overall it's a lovely debut that sets a high standard for future works by this author and proves that self-published works can be of an equal quality as the works marketed by the great big publishing houses. Julie Stock's novel, From Here to Nashville, is honest, heart-warming and satisfying. If you like romance, you'll love this book.
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Well done Julie! I've been waiting for what seems like forever to read this and it kept me entertained from beginning to end. It's the story of country singer/songwriter Rachel and her relationship with Nashville record mogul, Jackson.

I enjoyed the different locations - Dorset, Nashville and New York and Rachel's wonder as Jackson introduced her to his lifestyle. I loved the various live performances and the crowd responses to Rachel's own songs.

The secondary characters were all well written and I was pleased for Jenna and her new love. No spoilers, so I'll say no more! Jackson's ex, Stephanie, was particularly obnoxious and certainly put a spoke in the wheels of love for Rachel and Jackson!

I was really irritated by the fact they kept running away from each other whenever problems came up - but after thinking about it, I think that was more to do with me than the story! I always face up to problems and have scant patience for those who don't!

All in all, a great debut And I look forward to the next book :)
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Ok, so I might be slightly biased in my review, but it is totally true and heartfelt review I give #FHTN (as someone else has tagged it) but after waiting what seemed like ages for Julie's publication date, I was delighted when the day finally came to download! I paced myself reading it to begin with as I got to know Rachel and Jackson, but soon I couldn't help flicking page after page engrossed in their story and falling in love with this beautiful love story and definitely in love with the characters (on occasions it made me blush as I read of Jackson and Rachel's passion!) I honestly enjoyed every page and was disappointed to see I'd got to 100% and their story over....??? I hope not Julie! Congratulations on a great début novel Julie, I look forward to more of your captivating stories. I thoroughly recommend this if you love a bit of romance!!
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I really enjoyed this novel and think it’s an excellent debut. You can totally understand why Rachel falls in love with Jackson, who wouldn’t? He’s handsome, kind, supportive, believes in Rachel and has a sexy accent. I really liked how much of a presence music has in the books, as this is something that interests me, and as someone who is very much into celebrity culture, I enjoyed seeing how the other half lived.

I loved the description of the locations, especially Dorset. It felt as though the writer had been there and really studied the area. I was in no doubt that the character’s were experts on their home towns. The writing flowed well, not overly describing or relying too much on an internal monologue, but some of the dialogue seemed a bit over explanatory at times; though once I got into the story this didn’t bother me too much.

One issue I did have was the switching of the voices. Though I enjoyed hearing Jackson’s voice I wished it hadn’t switched to him at the point it did. When Rachel has been invited to go to Nashville we don’t really know how geniune Jackson is, having only seen him from Rachel’s point of view. Going into Jackson’s voice at this stage meant that this possible obstacle is overcome instantly and so there’s a lul in the action whilst we’re waiting for Rachel to get there.

I really believed the romance between Jackson and Rachel, and liked that they didn’t just get together and everything was perfect. They were both very human and made mistakes, neither was more guilty than the other.

Rachel didn’t like Jackson spending money on her and because of this I felt there should have been a moment when she mentioned when she received the advance, especially as this is probably the most money she’s ever had.
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