The Drummer's Heartbeat by Giovanna Reaves - PDF free download eBook

(Vale Valley #11)
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Following his family’s advice, Grayson goes off to college to expand his horizons beyond his small hometown. Years later...

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Details of The Drummer's Heartbeat

Exact title of the book
The Drummer's Heartbeat
Book series
Vale Valley #11
Book author
Giovanna Reaves
Book edition
Kindle Edition
Number of pages
209 pages
Language
English
ISBN (ASIN)
B07KTJRCPG
Published
December 21st 2018
File size (in PDF)
836 kB
The Drummer's Heartbeat

Some brief overview of book

Following his family’s advice, Grayson goes off to college to expand his horizons beyond his small hometown. Years later Grayson is ready to head back home after accomplished his goals, both socially and academically. The holidays are the perfect time to return home with a mission in mind.

Grayson is ready to start the next stage of his life, a new business and the man he’s been lusting at from afar for years, sexy as hell Chance Knight. Chance is a mechanic who owns Knights Auto Repair by day and the drummer for his local band Scott and the Night Chasers by night. He enjoys his life in Vale Valley, he has a thriving business, and friends the only thing missing in his life is a lover.

With the holidays right around the corner, Chance envies the couples he sees around Vale Valley. It’s been a while since he’s had a warm body to cuddle with on the cold winter nights. After a night playing with his band ends with a surprise, a sexy little thing he can't get out of his mind.

Grayson makes a proposition to Chance for them to become lovers does, he say yes? Or does he walk away from the man that could be his heartbeat? The Drummer's Heartbeat is the eleventh book in a multi-author series about Vale Valley, a small town open to everyone in need of love and a home.

Each installment can be read as a standalone. It contains way too many dirty jokes, plants with a mind of their own, mpreg, and more sweets than Willy Wonka's factory. Pull up a chair, grab your hot cocoa, and settle in for this sweet and spicy holiday read!