Publisher: Mountain Brook Ink
Published: Jun 20 2022
Height: 0.52 Width: 5.50 Depth: 8.50
Newly hired worship leader Elijah Peterson can't seem to catch a break with his church's congregation. With conflicting demands from congregants, he struggles to find a way to make everyone happy, especially Don, a man who's rumored to have driven out the last worship leader.
Music teacher Olivia Liv Wilson says yes to everything-piano lessons, church volunteering, extra shifts-all while struggling to help pay her dad's medical bills. As jobs fall through, she's hit with even worse news-with bills piling up, they could lose her childhood home.
When their meddling roommates force Elijah and Liv into a cooking class together, the two come up with a plan. They'll enter an indie songwriting competition-with a cash prize that could be enough to save Liv's house. And maybe if Elijah can win, his musical family and congregation will finally take him seriously.
But winning the competition might mean losing themselves in the process. Can they find a way to strike harmony between writing songs they love and songs the audience wants to hear?