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In the band

Author: Jean Haus
Publisher: New York : Skyscape, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Secondary (senior high) school : English : First edition
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"Being popular in the college music scene doesn't solve all your problems; at least that's what the hot musicians of the indie band Luminescent Juliet discover. In this compelling novel, trouble begins when eighteen-year-old Riley, trying to regain her rhythm after throwing away her percussion scholarship to a top school, wins an audition to become the band's new drummer. This sets her on a collision course with  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Haus
ISBN: 9781477847077 1477847073
OCLC Number: 844461645
Description: 301 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Jean Haus.

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"Being popular in the college music scene doesn't solve all your problems; at least that's what the hot musicians of the indie band Luminescent Juliet discover. In this compelling novel, trouble begins when eighteen-year-old Riley, trying to regain her rhythm after throwing away her percussion scholarship to a top school, wins an audition to become the band's new drummer. This sets her on a collision course with Romeo, the band's sexy dark-haired guitarist, whose ambitions do not include performing with a girl. Luckily for Riley, all her problems seem to evaporate when she's behind the drums. Yet she can't ignore reality as the band's artistic power struggles increase -- and the dynamic between her and Romeo edges from dislike into overwhelming attraction. If the two can't find a way to be together without breaking up the band and wreaking havoc on the lives of those around them, they'll lonot just their chance to make music, but their chance for a future together"--Page 4 of cover.

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