rockstar romance

  • Butterfly Kisses by Meg Buchanan

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    Isaac, a successful musician, based in London has come back to New Zealand to play the summer season at the beaches of the Coromandel. Five years ago, he walked out on his wife Jess to go to Australia and hasn’t been back since. Part of the reason he is back is to quiet some echoes from his past and also to make peace with Jess.
    At first Jess rejects Isaac’s overtures, but eventually, drawn in by the memories of the shared past he weaves around her she agrees to be friends and to spend a month with him.
    Isaac and Jess each find the other has changed a lot. Jess is more assertive and critical of some of the things Isaac does. Isaac has become wary of relationships and avoids any commitment; he makes it really clear their time together is temporary and after summer is he is going back to his life in London.
    Isaac’s resentment of Jess’s relationship with her boss which was part of the reason he left, Jess’s anger at the way he left and the grief both of them feel over the death of their daughter Isabelle, create a minefield.
    And Isaac’s bandmates, Miles and Toby point out that if Jess is going to spend the summer with them, she is going to hear the lyrics of the new songs he’s written. The songs are about their lifestyle, an endless catalogue of drinking, partying, sex and drugs. Isaac plays the songs to her, she accepts that is the way he has been living and eventually they achieve something like peace and start to enjoy their time together,
    Toby works out that when Isaac was managing Jess’s expectations, he left out an important part. While they are travelling, they use seduction as a sport, it’s a game with planned moves, rules and keeping score. Isaac has stopped playing while he is with Jess and Toby accuses him of being frightened of his wife. He starts baiting him when Jess is around. As Toby makes his comments Jess becomes aware of the game, makes derogatory remarks about it and Isaac resents them.
    Jess however is still in love with Isaac and wants what she used to have, a husband and child but when she starts to act possessive, he walks away from her again.
    At the hotel he decides he has made a mistake and goes back to Jess but it is still only a temporary arrangement.
    During the next three months he’s with Jess he writes songs for a new album and in the songs, he explores his life and their relationship. He decides he loves her, and he wants to be with her.

  • Social Sinners 3 – A Heart Divided by TL Travis

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    NEW RELEASE 3/19/19

    How can one’s heart be divided without someone feeling left out, even if it’s yourself?

    That was the challenge Mickey Payne, bass player for the band Social Sinners, was tasked with when he fell in love with two men. “The heart wants what the heart wants, and you’d be a fool to deny it,” his mother told him when he brought his concerns to her over the unconventional relationship he was in.

    Entering into the triad, he of course had his reservations, but all doubt gets cast aside when they need his help.

    Will his heart be able to survive?

    Book 1 – Behind the lights (MM) Joey’s POV
    Book 2 – In the shadows (MM) Stoli’s POV
    Book 3 – A heart divided (MMM) Mickey’s POV
    Book 4 – Beyond the curtain (MM) Diamond’s POV
    Book 5 – After the final curtain (MM/MMM) All

  • The Moments We Share by Barbara C. Doyle

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    We were a walking contradiction that couldn’t be understood. Leather and cowboy boots. Rock and country. And the longer we spent together, the more truths we uncovered with nothing but destruction in our wake.

    Following the breakup of country music’s hottest couple, Ashton King signs to work on a collaboration with America’s number one rock band Relentless in hopes of bringing good publicity following damaging reputations in the media.

    Bass guitarist Dylan Hilton’s constant partying and strained relationships in the press causes scrutiny for the whole band and could cost them their contract with the label. But Ashton can see the truth hidden behind the arrogant facade, a kindred spirit that mirrors her own broken soul masked with a fake smile for the press.

    Maybe the collaboration is exactly what the pair needs, sharing moments that will allow them to rise from the ashes they’re buried under. Or maybe the moments they share will only cause more damage that neither can come back from.

  • The Moments We Share by Barbara C. Doyle

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    We were a walking contradiction that couldn’t be understood. Leather and cowboy boots. Rock and country. And the longer we spent together, the more truths we uncovered with nothing but destruction in our wake.

    Following the breakup of country music’s hottest couple, Ashton King signs to work on a collaboration with America’s number one rock band Relentless in hopes of bringing good publicity following damaging reputations in the media.

    Bass guitarist Dylan Hilton’s constant partying and strained relationships in the press causes scrutiny for the whole band and could cost them their contract with the label. But Ashton can see the truth hidden behind the arrogant facade, a kindred spirit that mirrors her own broken soul masked with a fake smile for the press.

    Maybe the collaboration is exactly what the pair needs, sharing moments that will allow them to rise from the ashes they’re buried under. Or maybe the moments they share will only cause more damage that neither can come back from.

  • Come Clean: Wilde Rock #1 (Come Rock Me Book 3) by Candy J. Starr

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    I’m the girl you see on the billboards and in the magazines. The one with the perfect hair and the perfect life. Everyone wants to be me, but no one wants that as much as I do. Off-camera, I’m not so perfect. Off-camera, I’m Fiona the Fuck-Up.
    Matty has always been there for me. He’s the one dependable thing in my screwed up life. If I could, I’d grab him with both hands but I’m not selfish enough to drag him into the mess that is my life.

  • The Moments We Share by Barbara C. Doyle

    0 out of 5

    We were a walking contradiction that couldn’t be understood. Leather and cowboy boots. Rock and country. And the longer we spent together, the more truths we uncovered with nothing but destruction in our wake.

    Following the breakup of country music’s hottest couple, Ashton King signs to work on a collaboration with America’s number one rock band Relentless in hopes of bringing good publicity following damaging reputations in the media.

    Bass guitarist Dylan Hilton’s constant partying and strained relationships in the press causes scrutiny for the whole band and could cost them their contract with the label. But Ashton can see the truth hidden behind the arrogant facade, a kindred spirit that mirrors her own broken soul masked with a fake smile for the press.

    Maybe the collaboration is exactly what the pair needs, sharing moments that will allow them to rise from the ashes they’re buried under. Or maybe the moments they share will only cause more damage that neither can come back from.

  • The Risks We Take by Barbara C. Doyle

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    We were the push and the pull of the ocean – a combination that couldn’t decide it’s ending factor. After twelve years, you’d think seeing each other would be welcome. But too much has changed since we parted.

    Ian Wells, former childhood friend of Kasey Miller, is the same boy who moved just before hell broke loose. The same boy that Kasey nursed a crush on since they were five, and the same boy that never called once since the day he left twelve years ago.

    But now he was there, living in the apartment next door like he could waltz back into her life. No amount of time could heal how much he missed as they grew up … grew apart.

    All he wanted was to get to know the girl he used to love spending every waking moment with, but all she wanted was to be left alone by the boy she blamed for all the pain.

    He was an up-and-coming rock star, and she was an up-and-coming train wreck. Together, they’ll have to figure out what risks are worth taking before losing it all.

  • Resistor by Madelynne Ellis

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    Spook Mortensen has one rule when it comes to relationships: just say no. He has his reasons. Good reasons. His policy of total abstinence has kept him out of trouble for years. Sex ought to be the last thing on his mind, but whenever go-getting sound engineer Allegra Hutton shows up, she doesn’t just hijack his libido, she downright screws with it. The only way to deal with her is to tie her up.

    Alle realises she’s upsetting Spook’s rhythm, but she’s under no illusion that he’s the right top to warm her bottom.

    A Black Halo novella about an enigmatic rock star and the curvy woman who pushes his limits… over a table, in a limo, on the floor, and in bed.

  • Remastered by Madelynne Ellis

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    She needs a firm hand. He requires a Hazmat suit.

    Spook Mortensen locked down his heart along with his libido years ago. No woman has come close to awakening those repressed urges, until Allegra Hutton, the sound engineer hired to remaster one of his band’s old tracks, turns out to be a curvy bombshell who puts his emotions on red-alert.

    Tensions rise while the pair make music. The kiss isn’t necessary, nor is the second just to make sure. But it’s Alle’s stubborn refusal to take no for an answer that finally forces Spook to break his self-imposed vow and take her in hand… over his lap, in a chair and up against the studio door.

    A Black Halo novella about a mysterious rhythm guitarist and the fiery red-head who endeavors to win him.

  • Eye of the Storms: The Rock Stars Gulf Coast Girl by Lisa Gillis

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    Is the cure for a breakup a hookup?

    Marissa Duplei has one mission. Pick herself up, dust the ex off, and get dirty with someone else. However, sexy, inked-up, metal-musician Jack Storm is not the average girl’s revenge fling.

    A tour bus bang.

    A one night stand gone awry.

    A secret to keep at all costs.

    Could it all lead to love?