Sky Mitchell, the lead singer in the
popular rock group The Universe, goes to Baltimore for
privacy and to make some serious decisions regarding his
future with the band. He finds himself hiding out in an
Irish pub where he becomes fascinated with what may be the
breakout song for his solo album and its writer, Teagan
Teagan has always been content to live
her life doing nothing more than helping her family and the
people around her. When she refuses to sell her song,
Maybe Tomorrow, Sky challenges her to a contest, but the
stakes have now gone way up. Not only will he win the song,
but Teagan will help co-write his entire album. When it
becomes clear that someone does not want Sky to break away
from the group, those stakes suddenly take a deadly turn.
Ruby Tuesday by Mari Carr has all the elements
that I've come to cherish in a great love story. It has
playfulness, sexual chemistry between the main characters
and last but not least, a little suspense. Ruby
Tuesday is the sequel to Come Monday in the Wild
Irish series and it did not disappoint. Ms. Carr reveals
another facet of the Collins family and it is a softer side.
Sky and Teagan are a complex couple of tenderness and heat.
Both come to realize many things about themselves and how
they compliment each other. In the face of danger everything
becomes clear and the ending is one you cannot miss.