Megan Gamble, Sing Out (Paperback)
A microphone with her name on it. Thousands of fans screaming for her son and his band. A chance to heal their relationship, reclaim her musical voice, and find the confidence to risk falling in love.
Megan Gamble never thought she'd sing for the largest audience of her life at age forty-one, but her son Kyle's band urgently needs a new backup vocalist. Their relationship has been broken for too long, so she jumps at the opportunity to join the tour and rebuild their connection. Megan missed her best chance to blossom as a musician when she became an unwed mother at age nineteen, and in the twenty years since her boyfriend's death, she hasn't touched a guitar or found another serious relationship.
But sometimes life gives second chances. As Megan makes her place on a tour bus full of creative and highly libidinous twenty-somethings, the non-stop concert schedule builds her confidence and catches the eye of the band's manager, Brandon Thatch, who falls for the real Megan, flaws and talents alike. But her time with Kyle's band also draws the attention of the musician who tried to force himself on her twenty-three years ago, a man who tries to use Megan's connection with Kyle's band to cash in on their success. If Megan cannot shut down the blackmail attempt, she will alienate Kyle, jeopardize the possibility of her own music career, and remain convinced she is too damaged to be worthy of love.