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This Is for Tonight

This Is for Tonight

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When Andi attends a music festival with one goal in mind - capture an interview with a famous band so she can pay for college - she gets more than she bargained for in This is for Tonight by Jessica Patrick

Andi Kennedy needs to make money for college, and fast. But her little YouTube crafting channel, while fun, isn't exactly a money maker. So she's heading to the world-famous Cabazon Valley Music and Arts Festival with a goal - film a video that will launch her channel into popularity and turn it into a legit money making venture, even if it means selling out her creative vision.

Instead, she finds obnoxious Jay Bankar, the annoyingly hot host of a popular prank channel who is the actual worst. Andi hates everything Jay stands for, which makes the undeniable connection she feels with him really freaking inconvenient. Soon she finds herself competing with Jay for an interview with the festival's headlining band, which could be the key to turning her little channel directly into college tuition. But she's starting to discover that there is more to Jay than his jerky on-screen persona, and she has to decide what's more important - winning, or giving a second chance to a guy who couldn't be more wrong for her.


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Praise for This Is for Tonight

Praise for This is For Tonight:

“I loved this book! The characters are awesome, like great friends I want to keep reading over and over! I highly recommend this one!” —Shana Silver, author of Mind Games

“Loved this book from beginning to end! So fun and romantic, with awesome characters that feel real and a great setting. Definitely recommend this one!” —Elizabeth Briggs, New York Times-bestselling author

“What a fun story! I really enjoyed reading this. It was the perfect combination of cute and serious, making the story fun and deep without being heavy….[For fans of] The Only Thing Worse than Me Is You, Audrey Wait, [and] Amy and Roger's Epic Detour.” —Pickle Heart Books, Swoon Reader