For months and months and MONTHS now, I’ve been addicted to Old Dominion. Over the last few years, I’ve really started to enjoy country music more. I’ve always liked a wide variety of music, but I especially love when bands sort of blend their style with more than one genre. For LET IT BE ME, Old Dominion took center stage. We bought our girls tickets to see them next month and I can’t wait to hear all of their songs live.
Adam and Megan’s playlist included these songs by Old Dominion
Til it’s Over
We Got it Right
Written in the Sand
So You Go
Stars in the City
Other songs that made the cut as far as inspiration went were:
I Gotta Feeling by Black Eyed Peas (You’ll know why in the first couple of pages)
What about Us by Pink
I don’t believe you by Pink
Long Way to Happy by Pink
Cuz I Can by Pink
Feels Like Home by Chantal Kreviazuk
Possibility Days by Counting Crows
Perfect by Ed Sheeran
Stay by Florida Georgia Line
Wanted You More by Lady Antebellum
Million Reasons by Lady Gaga
It was Always You by Maroon 5
Of all of those songs, I think the one that best suits them is Chantal Kreviazuk’s Feels Like Home. Once Adam and Megan realize they’re each other’s everything, there’s no going back. Even when they do their best to walk away, their hearts already belong to one another.
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Megan Carter’s spent the past five years nannying for a pint-size boss—the adorable Charlie—while also navigating her full-size boss, his somewhat grouchy, way-too-methodical dad, Adam. Now that she’s finally moving on, helping Adam find her replacement should be easy…except he doesn’t want another nanny. He wants a wife.
Adam’s been burned by love in the past, so of course he believes finding someone who can be a partner in raising his son is all that matters. Too bad the woman helping him search is the biggest believer in love at first sight and happily-ever-after he’s ever met.
Even as Adam’s funny, charming, and—who would have thought it?—super-hot side starts to come out, Megan knows that without love, a family would never be complete. But convincing Adam of that might be harder than she thought.
Jody Holford lives in British Columbia with her family. She’s a huge fan of Rainbow Rowell, Nora Roberts, Carly Phillips, Rachel Gibson, Sophia Kinsella, and Emily Giffen. She’s unintentionally funny and rarely on time for anything. She writes multiple genres but her favourite is romance.
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