Reviews of Taryn's first book, The Harper Effect
Publishers Weekly says "Harper’s struggle to sort out priorities, understand the meaning of love, and emerge a winner will be strongly felt."
Kirkus Reviews raves about The Harper Effect, saying that "Harper is well-characterized, and the secondary characters, including coaches and parents, ring true. Colt and his backstory are compelling, and the revelations are skillfully handled. The match action is pitch-perfect...A layered romance in a unique setting."
Also available at all good book shops!
Dutiful daughter. Classical singer. Secret pop songwriter. And suffering from stage fright.
Trust Fund Kid. Indie singer. Immensely gifted performer. And refusing to sing again.
Are they polar opposites? In his grief and fury at the world, Jacob certainly thinks so.
But when Jacob loses everything and Astrid uncovers a shocking family secret, they may need each other to make sense of their lives.