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“Lisa Loomis knows skillfully how to draw the reader in, painting an intense emotional feel to her characters…” —Amazon Review
“If you are looking for a well-written, well-paced and well-developed novel, then “Boy in a Band” is well worth the read. The author, Lisa Loomis, in part one of the Morgan Mallory series, gives us a close-up view of a young woman who came of age in the 1970s, a freer, less-complicated time. It was the era of sex, drugs and rock-and-roll, each of which was to have a hand in shaping the life of Morgan Mallory…” —Amazon Review
“If you like books that evoke strong emotion then you are in for a scintillating ride on that roller coaster. I laughed, I cried and I even got angry. I was still thinking about the characters long after I finished that final page. The plot starts with a first love and winds its way through the couples lifetime…” —Amazon Review
Living on a quiet dead-end street Morgan Mallory is like any other thirteen-year-old girl growing up in a progressive time full of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. That is until one rainy night in a dark California neighborhood the lives of two young teens will be altered forever.
Morgan tagging along with her mother for a day is pressured to make one last stop at a friend’s house. Annoyed to be there in the first place Morgan is mortified when her mother’s friend, Ann, insists she met her son who is playing guitar in his room.
As Mathew O’Conner yanks open the door Morgan is completely taken aback by the blond haired, blue eyed, young man in front of her. When Ann leaves Morgan nervously standing in the hall alone Mathew invites Morgan in where he further mesmerizes her with the sound of his guitar. Completely and utterly unnerved by his stunning good looks and talent Morgan feels something she has never felt.
Is this her first innocent crush or something much bigger?
One thing is certain, this moment will send Morgan on an emotional journey she could have never anticipated.