Reluctant Hero - Stick Shift Lips Rock Star Romance, Book Four
She's his biggest fan. He's her ultimate hero.
What is it they say? Never meet your heroes, you’ll only be disappointed? Well, Kayla Reynolds learns that lesson the hard way.
Jamie Gale, the wild and unhinged drummer for the local rock band the Stick Shift Lips, is a self-confirmed bachelor living the rock star life to its fullest. A guy like him doesn't have time for starry-eyed fangirls like Kayla. Girls like her expect too much and he just isn’t that way inclined.
Jamie prefers to enjoy his fame with the multitudes of uninhibited groupies of who’s favors don't require much more than a wink of an eye.
When his callous rejection of her at a meet and greet sends her into the awaiting arms of an opportunistic sexual predator in the guise of an up and coming rock star, Kayla finds herself in a heap of trouble.
Will Jamie get to her in time to be her real life hero? Will he finally put aside his lone wolf status and risk falling in love with his broken and bruised, biggest fan?
About the Author
Maria Bernard is a Canadian author, residing in the Greater Toronto Area with her music-obsessed husband, and her adopted cat, Rex. Maria eats, sleeps and dreams with romance in mind. One day the idea to share the many stories and scenarios that swirl in her imagination became a reality. Her stories are heavy on the romance with a healthy dose of steam. Maria’s characters are creative, strong-willed, artistic individuals, unafraid to show their vulnerable sides. Hand in Glove is her first published full-length novel in the Stick Shift Lips Series. She has since written and published thirteen books and is currently working on a few upcoming projects. Besides writing, Maria enjoys listening to music and playing guitar with her husband. She also loves drawing, painting, and travelling.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved this book!
it was a cute book. But the author needs to learn how to use the word guffawed as jamie did that way too much and it got to be extremely annoying and was not used correctly. Plus her women are such wimps not to mention the guys