A Wind in Montana
A Wind In Montana
A Wind in Montana
Mitch Davies
The first ambush of adulthood happens in high school.It happens when you realize your future belongs to you.Rory knew instantly what he had to do, it took Victoria a little longer.Together they believe they can navigate their own best path.Rory drops out of the band and basketball programs to pursue a chemistryscholarship. His band teacher's feathers get ruffled and he pressuresRory to stay in the program and tries to make his acquisition of thescholarship difficult.Victoria has a clear path to a careerin music, according to her father and the same music teacherdisappointed by Rory. But she begins to look into alternatives that shebelieves maybe be more worthwhile and will allow her and Rory to attenduniversity together. Then, faced with an exceptional opportunity tofurther her musical education in Germany, Victoria has to make a choice. Rory dreads the thought of Victoria leaving after graduation but herespects her right to make her own choice.Come ride theroller coaster you rode in high school because the story of Rory andVictoria will touch you with the feeling of growing up once again.

Book Details


  • Romance

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Rory Coleman drops out of band to focus on his chemistry
scholarship. His parents don't care about his choices,
neither do his friends. However,his band teachers think he
is making a bad decision and he should continue his career
in tuba playing. Rory's new girlfriend, Victoria Beach, is
also being pressured by the same band teachers when she
wants study something other than music for once. Together,
Rory and Victoria discover their futures and learn to make
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Rory is a 16 year old guy whose life shakes in his junior year of high school. He has played basketball and in the band for years, but he decides that chemistry is his true calling. When a scholarship opportunity arises, Rory quits everything but chemistry--and girls. Rory struggles to determine which is better: relationships or academics. When Rory meets Victoria, a girl interested in playing the oboe, he reassesses what is important to him. Of course, teachers, coaches, and parents try to influence him to live out his life THEIR way.

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