Morgan Kirkbride--the self-professed super fangirl of Silver Soul-
falls for the sexy rock god, Nick D.
Lands on her ass right in front of him.
Morgan is sure the lead singer of Silver Soul thought she was a graceless flake, but instead asks her to a midnight diner and winds up back at her place. She's sure it's just a crazy one-night fling...
Imagine her shock when the very next Monday at Allegheny County Courthouse, the highly respected, well-credentialed chemist Dr. Nicholas Dovadsky is called as a witness - and Morgan recognizes him as the rock god who rocked her bed. Sparks fly between them and Nick doesn't intend for anything or anyone to stop him from getting to know the spunky, curvaceous, if clumsy, woman.
But things get complicated - fast. When an ex-boyfriend returns to haunt Morgan and her roommate, no one takes him seriously. When the simple threats become violent, perverse and horrifying, they realize someone is out to get her... and they aren't going to stop until they do.
*This book contains adult themes, language and sexual situations. It is intended for readers 18+ ONLY*
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Morgan has left a bad situation in Wisconsin and came to Pittsburgh to start a new life which includes becoming a judge. She finally gets to meet Nick D, her favorite rocker, at a local bar. Imagine her surprise when Nick D turns out to be a doctor who has been called to testify in a murder trial that she is clerking. Their attraction grows but their pasts interfere with their romance. I loved Morgan and Nick. They are realistic. Neither wants to expose their pasts but once they do they are able to help each other move on with their lives. Their relationship is bumpy but each is able to communicate with the other. The sex is hot! I liked how Morgan's sense of justice is what led her to want to become a lawyer and judge. She is not afraid of hard work. I enjoyed how Nick's band was not looking to become more than a local band who enjoyed making music by night but loved their day jobs as much. There are a large cast of characters between the band, Club Imperial, and the friends. There is a lot of interaction between these people. The secondary characters are good. Since this is the first book in the series, I know many of them will get their own books. I want to see where they go and with whom they fall in love. The ladies are strong women who will get the one they want; I have no doubt. The story is realistic. The past is interwoven with the present so we get the story at the same time as the characters. I got my HEA in several ways here. I am looking forward to more HEAs for the others.