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THE HOPE THAT STARTS
You can never have too much music... or mayonnaise.
It's sort of been Harrison O'Neil's credo for the better part of his life.
At least since he first discovered his love for playing the guitar and
developed a taste for gourmet sandwiches. He couldn't pinpoint which one
happened first, and it didn't matter to him. Food and music have always
been equally important.
If there's one thing Zelda Fitzpatrick
is good at, it's fandom. She can out-nerd the nerdiest, her devotion
knows no bounds. Her love is true, her motives pure. Oh, and she's also a
talented freelance photographer, newly hired to go on the road with her
favorite band, Double Blind Study. All she has to do is not ruin this
opportunity with her plethora of Tolkien references (which are in
abundance), or the fan girl inside who has a mind of her own.
And she definitely shouldn't fall madly in love with lead guitarist, Harrison O'Neil... who is taken. Unfortunately.
Zelda is more than the band's new photographer. She loves Star Trek,
Doctor Who, and making gourmet sandwiches. This puts Harrison O'Neil in
the very awkward position of loving Zelda's sandwiches—with their
perfect ingredients, and impeccable construction, and their ability to
make his heart happy without even trying—and being in a relationship
with another woman... who thinks he should cut out eating sandwiches
Which one will win out, his heart or his stomach?
Is there a difference?
This story is an ode to a fan girl. Because, male or female, we all
have one inside of us. And sometimes, on the rarest and most wonderful
of occasions, the fan girl's dream gets displayed in all of it's beauty.
The Double Blind Study series continues. Each book in the series
focuses on one band member at a time and they can all be read on their
If this book were a movie, it would be rated PG-13.