Feeling the Rhythmby S.J. Frost
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Brad Delfini once had the world in his hands, but misfortune and bad decisions showed him just how quickly the spotlight can go dark. For years, he was struggling to get by, when a fateful phone call brought him to famed rock band, Conquest. Since becoming their drummer, he's hit the top of fame again and he has all he could ever want. Except for one thing. As Conquest's world tour draws to the close, that missed chance leaves him filled with regrets. Remmy Laurent has been a roadie since he graduated high school, but years of being on the move have worn him down. He decides it's time to quit and bring some stability into his life. He just wanted to finish out this one last tour with his favorite band; Conquest. It hasn't been an easy tour, for many reasons, but most of all because no matter how hard he tried to deny it, he lost his heart to a man who he thinks barely knows he exists. When the last concert is played, Brad and Remmy both believe they'll never see each other again, but a little friendly intervention brings them together once more. As they begin to know each other in a whole new way, Brad must somehow make peace with his past if he and Remmy are going to have a future.
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You'll love Brad and Remmy's story! This novel is a part of the Conquest series. If you love wicked hot rocker boys and a poignant love story that will have you laughing, crying and alot hot and bothered; Feeling The Rhythm will not disappoint. Buy it!!!
I really enjoyed this series. There wasn't as much angst in Brad and Remmy's story as in the others but that's OK. It worked for me. I really love Brad and their relationship was just so sweet.
I would highly recommend this book - the whole series for that matter. It's a wonderful love story that will make you smile. The series is great and I would recommend reading it as well. I love rocker stories and this series continues to amaze me.