Twenty-year-old Maggie Roads’ parents are legendary in the country music world. She wants nothing more than to follow in their footsteps, but the limelight isn’t reserved for singers who can’t carry a tune, let alone keep a rhythm.
When her parents tell her they’re getting divorced, Maggie decides it’s time to leave home and take her future into her own hands. Moving in with Cole, her best friend and sometimes boyfriend, might not be the best of ideas, but she’s got to start somewhere. Their off-and-on romance gets even more complicated when Maggie crushes on her new voice teacher, Nathan, who unlocks her stunning potential. A sensational music career of her own is finally within reach, but Maggie might need more than perfect pitch to find what she’s really looking for.
**Out of Tune is considered clean New Adult/Upper YA fiction**
Out of Tune
has instantly become one of my favorite novels. With its country music roots and crisp Colorado backdrop, the journey Maggie takes into adulthood gives readers the perfect blend of romance, drama, and profound self-discovery. Michelle D. Argyle’s signature smooth storytelling makes this an addictive read. | Katy Glemser
, author of The Harvester
Out of Tune has become my favorite YA/New Adult title this fall! Country music and out of the norm situations with the characters was a refreshing change of pace in a genre that seems to be stale. | Sarah Lewis, Reviewer
I play guitar and sing, and I was amazed at how authentically Michelle captured the feel and art and detailed intricacy of these things. And I’m a huge fan of romance, and this book definitely had me swooning. | Katie, a reader