Lex has never felt more exposed. She has just allowed Jake Reed, the lead singer of rock band Inkjet, to undress her and tie her to a chair backstage after a show, only to have him leave to go sign autographs.
It is the start of a dark, obsessive relationship that will lead Lex, a 20-something public relations professional from L.A., to lose herself almost entirely as she struggles to break through her sexual boundaries without falling in love with Jake, an intimidatingly gorgeous Hollywood actor/rock star who closely guards his emotions.
What starts as a series of casual hookups ends up a powerful addiction that will push Lex past all her sexual boundaries as Jake moves repeatedly in and out of her life, making few promises along the way. Lex fights to keep a sense of herself while she succumbs to Jake’s glamorous world and his irresistible allure.
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About the Author
Elisabeth Joye used to write about Congress. Now, she writes about sex. A former political journalist, she’s wanted to write a romance novel since she was 12 and finally found the inspiration to do it by incorporating her love of concerts and musicians. Invisible Ink is her first self-published novella. Elisabeth’s philosophy when writing romance is simple – she writes what she thinks is hot and hopes others will, too. She wants to create characters who speak, act and fall in love like real people with issues, flaws and fears. But, above all, the sex is got to be hot. When she’s not writing, Elisabeth is a stay-at-home mom to her four-year-old son. She loves fangirling her favorite celebrities and reading true crime obsessively. She didn’t have a smartphone until 2013 and now couldn’t live without social media and text messaging. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and family.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A great novella to indulge in all your dirty rock star fantasies! Jake Reed is not only kinky, but creative. I was giddy with anticipation with what new "rule" he was going to introduce into their sexual encounters. The intense sexual connection between Jake and Lexi was intense and palpable. It totally had goosebumps and tingles at times. The tension in their relationship gave me plenty of angst. These two definitely used each other as their own personal drug of choice, which led to some intense feelings, good drama and some unexpected consequences. Although this was a novella, I felt that the story had the potential to go so many more places and could have made a spectacular full length story. Although the ending was a little abrupt and it was in line with the characters, but it really left me wanting more!