When composer Neal Hendrix enters the studio, singer Liv Beckman is suddenly faced with a past she worked hard to forget. Neal can’t believe the voice he’s been after to sign a record deal is the same woman he never forgot after eight years. With another shot at love, Neal is determined to gain more than just a contract, but Liv’s reluctance isn’t going to make it easy.
After learning how to move on after the tragic events of her past, the last person Accompany Vocalist Liv Beckman ever expects to see again suddenly re-enters her life. When her first kiss, a tall, dark, and utterly gorgeous man, walks into the recording studio, those memories and that kiss resurface to send Liv into a whirlwind of unstable emotions.
Composer and former lead guitarist Neal Hendrix is anxious to have The Voice sign up for his latest video game OST and manages to track the reclusive singer down through a series of ads that appeared alongside his email during their lengthy correspondence. It was the only way he could contact the ultra-private woman, but those prying ads paid off in a big way.
Upon entering the only recording studio in a quaint tourist town in Northern Lower Michigan, Neal is stunned to see his first love, the beautiful blond with soulful, green eyes he had impulsively kissed his first day at a new high school back in Los Angeles.
Sparks reignite — and fly between them. The reluctant beauty Neal never forgot has again caused the popular musician to behave on impulse. After eight years of wondering and searching, Neal isn’t about to just turn and walk away: even if Liv seems just as determined to make it happen.
Despite her underlying feelings for the attractive man who turns out to be a bit of a throwback knight with chivalrous tendencies, Liv just can’t see herself becoming involved with someone as famous as Neal. And despite the desire that still consumes him after eight years, Neal needs to come to terms with his own demons if he hopes to get what he really wants: the woman he can’t seem to erase from his troubled heart.