I've read Playing Autumn a year or so ago. I really enjoyed Mina V. Esguerra's new adult novel, even thought it was quite different from what I've been used to reading from her. Now she's turned the book even steamier, which makes Playing Autumn even more exciting to read. However, I don't like the cover because it seems like it should feel steamy, but I'm not enticed.
But let's get to the meat (heh - yes, pun intended) of the story. Don't forget to join the international giveaway if you want to get your hands on a $20 Amazon gift card!
Oliver Cabrera hasn't called any place "home" since he started touring professionally in his teens, but Houston is as close to it as any. He's also nearly broke, his career just about over. When he gets the invitation to mentor at the Breathe Music Festival again, he decides, what the hell, he should finally show up. He meets Haley, Hot Piano Girl herself, and finds her own fear of failure might be easier to fix than his own.
Playing Autumn was first released in 2013 in the Rock Gods of Romance ebook anthology. This is a revised, expanded, and steamier edition.
Mina V. Esguerra writes contemporary romance and young adult novellas. She has a bachelor's degree in Communication and a master's degree in Development Communication, put to good use in her work as trainer and content management consultant. Mina lives in Metro Manila, Philippines, with her husband and daughter.
She finds inspiration in the lives and experiences of other people, so the answer to "Is this story based on you?" is always, always "No."