Undertones by Maggie Jaimeson

Balancing a career and a relationship is never easy, and it’s even harder when you are on the road and everyone wants a piece of you.

As a music major who sacrificed everything to become master of the upright bass, the last thing Michele Scott thought she’d be doing is touring with an Americana and Bluegrass band. But to tell the truth, she loves it.

Not so much David Blackstone. Even though he’s irresistible, the thought of balancing her career, life on the road, and a long-distance relationship isn’t for her. Her music gives her life, yet her heart yearns for something more. A girl just can’t have it all… or can she? Trusting David is a risk that may give her everything she wants or it will close her heart forever.

"This is a beautifully written romance novel that will have you up into the wee-hours of the morning reading. There are a few hot and steamy scenes but they are all tastefully written without using obscenities and raunchy words. If you are looking for a great romance novel that is beautifully written and hard to put down I suggest Undertones by Maggie Jaimeson." — Stephanie’s Bookshelf

"Jaimeson handles difficult themes with finesse and sensitivity. Her characters come to life, making mistakes, addressing fears, laughing and loving. The women are friends, members of an all-woman band and come to be family. 15 year old Kat holds her own, adding sometimes hilarious, other times provocative perceptions. Michele, the main character, grapples with balancing her independence with her love for a man who is – all man, with the strengths and weaknesses that entails. Jaimeson invites you into her world. You’ll want to stay." — Michele Templer, Amazon