Rehearsal: A Different Drummer

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Susie Brooks is a dance teacher whose main stability is her best friend Evan Scott, a guitarist with a flair for the business world. When Duncan O'Neil, Evan’s friend, moves into their world, he changes the dynamics in the band and in Evan and Susie's relationship. Together, they struggle through love, loss, and secret passions during the world of 1970s rock music. First of a series. (2nd ed.)

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Words: 284,090
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301616466
About LK Hunsaker

~ Literary Romance With An Artsy Twist ~

LK Hunsaker is the author of a string of novels centered around the arts and societal issues. Raised in Central Illinois in the midst of an artistic family and surrounded by cornfields, she married a career soldier and spent the next 20 years moving around the U.S. and abroad. During that time, she raised two children, worked a few odd jobs, finished her psychology degree, and embarked on a writing career. She and her husband are now settled in Western Pennsylvania surrounded by trees and lakes, but they still get restless feet and the urge to travel.

LK has been called one of the "great storytellers" with "brilliant writing" by reviewers and peers, and has won several peer awards and commendations. Her short stories, poems, reviews, and articles have been published in literary ezines and print magazines.

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Review by: Celia Yeary on July 16, 2010 :
Rehearsal is a novel that revolves around the lives and interactions of members of a Seventies rock band called “Raucous.” Evan Scott, guitarist of the band, and Susie Brooks, a dancer, are a couple, but when guitarist Duncan O’Neil arrives on the scene, his heavy accent, independent lifestyle, and good looks “rock” the boat. With great secondary characters and intriguing sub-plots, Rehearsal takes the reader on an intense, emotional journey.
The author has filled this lengthy novel with enduring human longings—heartbreak, insecurities, jealousy, disappointment, but most of all, love. With brilliant writing, Ms. Hunsaker uses the societal upheavals of the Seventies to mirror the turmoil in the characters’ lives.
Both fans and non-fans of rock will appreciate and enjoy Rehearsal.
The last page is not the end, however—a sequel is already available.
Reviewed by Celia Yeary
(reviewed long after purchase)

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