Summer Girl

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A songwriter is nothing without his muse. Sucks that mine turns out to be Katherine D'Arcy––hot as hell, but the very definition of country-club living and everything I came to this quiet little island to escape . Still...I can't complain about the beauty tumbling out of my guitar. It's not long before I can barely keep up––not with the music, not with her body, and definitely not with her heart. There's an unexpected bravery and fire hiding behind the rigidity of her day-planner, and I'll be damned if she keeps it hidden. She makes me hope for a future I never thought possible. A future for us. Together . If only there wasn't that one inconvenient truth, that one minor chord, clashing dissonant and inharmonious between us. For now she can't hear it, and I'm grateful for that. I wish I could hide the truth from her forever. Or at least, a little while longer... But it's time for her true beauty to shine through, even if it means she chooses to leave me behind.

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