Tenney Grant is a star on the rise. She knows that building a music career takes time and dedication. So does being a good friend. In this second story about the aspiring singer-songwriter, Tenney and her best friend, Jaya, learn that a storm has ravaged the Bengali town where Jaya's cousin lives, and they spring into action to raise money to rebuild her school. Meanwhile, Tenney begins rehearsing with a talented-and stubbornyoung drummer named Logan. When their manager books the duo to play at Nashville's City Music Festival, it's a dream come true for Tenneyuntil she finds out that the performance is on the same day as Jaya's fund-raiser. It feels as if music is tearing these two friends apart. Unless, Tenney realizes, there's a way music can bring them back together . . .
About the Author
As a young reader, Kellen Hertz loved L. Frank Baum’s Wizard of Oz series. But since the job of Princess of Oz was already taken, she decided to become an author. Alas, her unfinished first novel was lost in a sea of library books on the floor of her room, forcing her to seek other employment. Since then Kellen has worked as a screenwriter, television producer, bookseller, and congressional staffer. Kellen lives with her husband and their son in Los Angeles.
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