At 15, aspiring guitarist Kinley Black wished she were a boy. At 16, after hearing Quinn Mayne sing, she wanted him to make her a woman. Now, at 22, her dreams have come true. Quinn's band Viciöus needs someone to lug their amps around the country, to strive and sweat with the guys. She just has to act like one of them.
AND THE ROCK GOD
Quinn had to admit the new chick could pull her weight, but that didn't mean his road manager made the right choice. Taking a hottie on a heavy metal music tour was like dangling meat in front of a pack of feral hounds-and Quinn could be part dog himself. But more surprising than her beautiful body are Kinley's sweet licks, so that no man could help but demand a jam session. Quinn will soon do anything to possess her, and to put Kinley in the spotlight where she belongs. And to keep her safe and sound from the wolves.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
5 Stars This book is amazing. Well written with great character development. If you love heavy metal or stories about heavy metal bands, you are gonna love this one. Well worth reading and one I highly recommend to all.
I am voluntarily reviewing this arc the whole book will draw you into it. She's a tough female who wants to do what she wants to he's in a band n he's the lead vocals. She has a crush on him. I can't wait to read the remaining books in the series
When i read a book, i like to cast myself as the female lead if possible. It helps me to enjoy the book more. When she is embarrassed or angry, i get embarrassed or angry. It was hard at first for me to get into this story for a single reason: the language. I don't mind strong language, but a large amount of it bothers me. With this setting, the industry the characters are in is heavy metal. Strong language is going to happen. I'm not taking a whole star rating simply because of language, though. Far from it. Actually around the first third of the book, the language lessened and became a background thing just to add to the character's personalities. It felt like there was so much more to the story than was told. Some characters didn't feel completed; their back story or even a hint of it, sometimes personalities felt off or inconsistent, and the connections between them felt forced or placed and mentioned only to become convenient to move the story out of a corner. The ending was also abrupt it felt. I'll be picking up the second one, of course. It seems this story and setting is a nice refreshing breath of air. Not many authors would try this setting, and i even got the feeling that perhaps Brooklyn has a personal connection or history here that helped influence it.