That Girl's the One I Love by Alana Lorens

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  • Leyla Brand has one perfect day in her life: the day she meets rock singer Arran Lake at the Bele Chere Festival in Asheville. They have so much in common, Leyla is sure they are soulmates and will have a future together.

    The very next morning, when Arran receives the call to hit the big time, he vanishes into the world of California rock and roll to become an international star, leaving her behind. Only a few phone calls keep them in touch -- until his phone is disconnected. After that, all she has of him is every new song that hits the charts.

    Five years later, she gets a message on the Internet from an unfamiliar address. Someone wants to know if she's the Leyla of Bele Chere. Should she open that door and discover who this might be? Who else could it be? And if it is Arran, why does he want to contact her now, after all this time? Will he just break her heart again?

    Rating: Spicy
    Page Count: 63
    Word Count: 17814
    978-1-61217-438-9 Digital


    Is this Leyla with an E from Bele Chere 2005?If so, please answer me.

    The message, like the last, was from Bonsai Boy. Leyla with an E? Now that sounded a little more familiar. Who was this Bonsai Boy? She clicked through to his homepage but found he kept most of his information private except for those he’d chosen as friends. All he listed publicly was his hometown—Salinas, California—that his occupation was “farmer,” and that his birthday was March 11. A Pisces…Who did she know with a March birthday?

    When was Arran’s birthday? Had she ever known that? She couldn’t recall him telling her. It hadn’t been relevant. Damn.

    Think, Leyla. Someone should know. She typed an Internet search for Arran Lake, seeking one of those intrusive fan pages that collected information like a crazed stalker. She found several and clicked through, to be confronted with a host of photographs of Arran: in concert, on the red carpet, with his arm around a succession of young actresses or musicians his name had been linked with over the years. He was still jaw-dropping gorgeous, even six years later. The site featured articles about his concert schedule, his charity to raise money for the homeless, and… There it was. His birthday. March 11.

    Could it be?

    She went back to Bonsai Boy’s page, then his message. Why would he list his occupation as farmer, when he was a famous performer? She thought back to the two of them strolling through the greenhouse at the Biltmore, when he’d known so much about the plants, his education in that field.

    Could it be?

    Only one way to find out.


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