Louder Than Love by Jessica Topper

In this powerful debut novel, a young librarian grieves the loss of her husband...and discovers a love that defies classification.


It's been over three years since a train accident made a widow of Katrina Lewis, sending her and her young daughter Abbey back to the suburban town of her youth...the only place that still makes sense. Lauder Lake is the perfect place to hide and heal.

Recluse rocker Adrian "Digger" Graves survived the implosion of his music career, but his muse has long lain dormant. Until Kat hires him to play at her library—not on the basis of his hard rock credentials but rather, because of the obscure kids' TV jingle he wrote years ago. In a case of mistaken identity, Adrian stumbles into the lives of Kat and her comically lovable daughter.

Review:
I truly enjoy reading this amazing book. The characters are so lovable because most people can relate to how they are feeling. The character are older that they have experience first love and heartache that it makes the romance much better. Katrina has been a widower for severa years that she decide to go back to her hometown. She definitely capture the attention from the fallen rock star, however, they are both reluctant on pursuing the chemistry between them. They both have their own demons to face before they get their happy ever after. You will definitely enjoy reading about Kat adorable daughter that it makes the read so much better.  

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