What You Do To Me
What You Do to Me is a story of love lost and found, and the ways in which destiny and fate connect us to one another. Alternating between two perspectives, the novel begins in the present day, with Cecilia James reflecting on her career as a music journalist. We then go back to 1996, when she is a lowly intern at Rolling Stone who carries out unglamorous tasks — fetching coffee, fact-checking, and running errands — while honing her reporting skills and waiting for her big break as a music journalist. Her boyfriend, Pete, is a photographer, and while she loves him, she loves the thrill of finding her next story more. When Cecilia is in Miami covering the Orange Bowl, she runs into a woman who drops a piece of paper that turns out to be the sheet music to one of the world’s best-known love songs, “What You Do to Me.”
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