Melinda Darling has always dreamed of being at the center of the Nashville country music scene. She thought getting her Master's Degree in Music Business would be her ticket to the top, but it turns out managers are a dime a dozen in Music City. With no other prospects and student loan repayments on the horizon, she takes an internship position under the devious Kitty Konstantine. The job was simple: find talent, introduce talent to Konstantine Talent Agency, and keep it all professional.
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Addison Adelaide-Spencer has always had a natural talent for songwriting. She find herself humming a tune, then running around the house like a chicken with its head cut off looking for a pen and scrap of paper. Receipts, index cards, and magazines: nothing was safe from her scribbles. But these were songs she wrote for herself, not for anyone else. So when her Grandma sent her song to the Konstantine Talent Agency without her knowledge, Addison flipped her lid. Would these strangers accept her and her secret?
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Luke Saint knows how to move among people. As drummer in The Four Saints, he isn't quite in the spotlight that his brother Matthew is. Sometimes that can be annoying, but sometimes being unseen has its advantages. Coming up on these thugs beating this poor helpless woman was one of those times. He tasted sour copper in his mouth and let out a roar as he charged the men. Then their world got turned upside down.
John might have the last name of Saint, but his family swears he made a deal with the Devil. Not one person from Ozarks to the Appalachias could strum a mandolin like him. And while he loved the harmonies he helped his family achieve on stage, he always felt something was missing inside. Until that night she came into The Fiddler's Cave, and for the first time in his life he thought there might be someone who felt like he did.
Kitty Konstantine is used to being called names. Cutthroat. Demon. Bitch. But the title that always trips her up is "daughter." No matter what she achieved, her father was always ready to cut her down. Even now that she's signed The Four Saints, it's still not good enough. Now, if she can't get them signed under a tighter contract, she'll lose everything. Bart Saint was pure swagger. He had that level of arrogance that couldn't be earned, so only the very few could pull it off. Tall? Sure. Handsome? Oh yeah.