Have you ever taken a look at a book cover and knew you HAD to read it? What about those books compels you? Tangled in Tennessee is like that for me. I fell in love with the girl among the tall yellow grasses, a big city in the background.
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Here's an excerpt....
Mackenzie couldn’t believe what was happening.
“Beautiful day outside,” she said to the boy beside her. She stretched her arms out in front of her, hoping she didn’t smell of sweat.
“Very, absolutely gorgeous,” he agreed.
“It’s really hot.”
“Good for running.”
“Yes, very. Quite challenging compared to what I’m used to, but it will be good for the ol’ lungs.”
“What are you used to?” Mackenzie asked.
“A treadmill,” the boy said with a wink.
Mackenzie giggled, pulling her leg up behind her back to stretch out the warmed muscles. Her gaze flickered from the boy doing the same beside her, to the red light she was waiting at. She tried her best to act as normal as possible, not wanting it to be blindingly obvious that she recognized him.
The light turned green, the walk sign lit up, and they were off. The boy kept up a quick but steady pace, the breeze ruffling his curly brown hair. One of his iPod headphones was in, the other dangling against his chest, and Mackenzie could just barely hear Will Anderson singing through the speakers. He had good taste.
Mackenzie jogged beside him, wondering if he would turn left at the sidewalk or keep going straight. She resisted the urge to pull out her phone and begin madly texting her best friend, trying to seem as cool as a cucumber.
She was in Nashville, Tennessee, after all. She was bound to run into some celebrities. All the country artists lived here, and all the other artists wrote here. So far, she hadn’t personally met anyone major, although she had pulled up next to Charles Kelley from Lady Antebellum at a red light and almost caused a car accident. She may or may not have gotten a little too excited and punched the gas. He had only looked slightly terrified.
But this time around, it was no big deal.
Mackenzie was just jogging beside one fourth of the world famous British boy band, Dear Juliet.
Tangled in Tennessee by Alexandra Holden
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About the Author:
Alexandra Holden is a writer from Alberta, Canada. When her fourth grade teacher told her to, “find a subject other than [her] dog to write about,” she resorted to the next best thing, and has since been immortalizing the boys who have broken her heart through the written word. She has had numerous plays she has written performed, along with writing for different newspapers and blogs. Alexandra began writing Tangled In Tennessee while pursuing her songwriting in Nashville, using her experiences—minus the hot boy band, unfortunately—to create Mackenzie’s big adventure. Alexandra is currently studying English Literature in University, neglecting her homework to write stories.
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