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Cheering Audience

In the third book in the series, Headstrong (the band) is known worldwide. It's now the late 1980s, and the boys in the band have reached their dream of fame and fortune. But fame has its downside, as Rahn Simon, the band's keyboardist, learns the hard way. This is the story of how the four young men, now 10 years out of high school, adjust to their new reality, how they face their past, and how they work through relationships, both amongst each other and with the women they love.


In the fourth book in the series, the men in the band are now fathers, and their children are in high school. The year is 2004, and the novel centers around Jordan, a young man who has the misfortune of going to the same school as the privileged and insufferable "Headstrong babies," particularly Trysta (Matt Jerue's daughter) and Gage (Rahn Simon's son). Jordan is attracted to Trysta while vowing to have nothing to do with the Headstrong kids. But they and their families intertwine, and as hard as Jordan tries to stay away from them, he finds himself falling headlong into their lives. 

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