by Elizabeth Daniels

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Declan Morrison is a man of self-control. As the semi-reluctant leader of the up and coming rock band, Station Zero, he is forced to be the responsible front man keeping the boys in line. But responsibility comes at a price and that price is often lonely.

When Tate Newman walks into an audition as Station Zero's new drummer, he turns Declan's world upside down and forces him to question his boundaries and restrictions.

The want, the need and the drive to be more to Tate than his front man leads Declan down a path of deception, lies and the possibility of never having what he wants most in life.

Can six months on the road with Tate make him lose control, or will it all be... overkill.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046351071
Publisher: Elizabeth Daniels
Publication date: 10/12/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 126,167
File size: 222 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Elizabeth Daniels is the possible made up persona of a girl who loves love and loves to read about love. Elizabeth is a wife and mother who lives in the desert valley of Southern California surrounded by gorgeous mountains that are covered with bright orange poppies every spring. She shuffles a home full of boys and finds it unnerving to be the minority in the house most of the time. She loves animals, doesn’t eat them, and has rescued the three canines that lay at her feet as she writes. She recently took her love of boys who love boys on a challenge to let the characters out of her head and tell their own stories. She is taking a chance at this thing called writing, when she is not busy being lost in a book. She may be crazy. She may be brilliant. She may be trying not to talk about herself in the third person because it’s pretentious and creepy.

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Overkill 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very entertaining story and awonderful read. I really liked the character development. I hope you carry more of this author's books!
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