Lead Me On

Lead Me On

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by Lexxie Couper
     
 

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He may rock her world, but she will shake him to his soul.

Heart of Fame, Book 5

Brooding. Arrogant. Narcissistic. Rock legend Samuel Gibson has worn all these labels—and he’s in no hurry to drop them. Until he meets Lily Pearce, whose brother would be the perfect new singer for the band. There’s an allure beneath

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He may rock her world, but she will shake him to his soul.

Heart of Fame, Book 5

Brooding. Arrogant. Narcissistic. Rock legend Samuel Gibson has worn all these labels—and he’s in no hurry to drop them. Until he meets Lily Pearce, whose brother would be the perfect new singer for the band. There’s an allure beneath Lily’s prickly demeanor that makes Samuel wonder if it’s time to correct some of the misconceptions trailing behind him like a mile of bad microphone cord.

After watching her brother get chewed up and spit out, Lily has no love for the hedonistic world of rock ’n’ roll, or anyone in it. Yet her own body betrays her with an instantly sizzling sexual attraction to the very symbol of everything she hates about that lifestyle—Samuel Gibson.

Things heat up and Lily’s heart is on the line once she starts to catch glimpses of the man beneath the reputation. But can she reconcile her feeling for Samuel with everything she knows his world to be?

Warning: Be prepared for sex, drugs, and rock ’n’ roll. As well as molten, relentless seduction. And heartbreak. Because rock stars rarely play by the rules.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781619217287
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
01/14/2014
Series:
Heart of Fame , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
207
Sales rank:
112,158
File size:
700 KB

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Lead Me On 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous 12 months ago
What was not to love about this one? I loved Samuel's story. But let's tackle the number one criticism I've been reading about this book, how hard and fast he fell. Allow me to share with you all as a writer of romance myself, we are constantly hounded to give it to you all fast and dirty. Unrealistic in real life? Maybe, but this is romantic fiction folks, open your minds. As a fellow Rock Star Rogue Author, our characters live the life of sex, drugs and rock and roll. Therefore, when they do find that true one? They fall hard and fast, as is their lifestyle. I adored this book, love Samuel's development throughout and hope all members in this band find their own HEA's. Definite recommend series!
pilsilver30 More than 1 year ago
The book felt a bit rushed but it was still a good read. I also liked the way the author ended things with the main character's twin brother- not always needs to be a happy ending but also opened a door for an opportunity.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I live the ups & downs of the story, the witty back & forth & the character development, very well done. So please, please write faster! I don't want this series to end anytime soon :-( but Thank you!!!
KathyP40 More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a great story! Sam was larger than life and Lily was sweet yet strong. I liked that it wasn't a predictable story. The angst she faced about her brother were very true to life. Can't wait to read more from this author!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The model on the cover is the same one as on the book 'lick' i think
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## So disappointed in Sam's story. It took me 4 days to finish it. Usually I finish a book this short in 1 day. I loved the rest of the series especially Chris & Liev's story and would highly recommend buying that instead. There were several things that bugged me about this one. I found no chemistry between the hero and heroine. That's a must for me. I didn't feel like they got to know each other much besides sex. It felt like Sam was confusing lust with love. I love you after a few days. How? Why? Sam thought he was so over the "groupie" thing because he hadn't had a threesome with a groupie in a month. Ooooh, one month! Wow, he must be reformed. It all felt forced to me. And once again the ending was very abrupt just like with Noah's story. Sorry I can't recommend this book.