“Laugh-out-loud funny. Surprisingly Deep. Wickedly sexy.” – Smart Woman’s Romance Reviews.
Cole Chord turned away from his dreams when his world shattered at eighteen. Now he’s got one chance to get his life back on track and hope that returning to music will ease his tortured soul. There’s only one problem— he can’t find a drummer.
T.J. Casarez is stuck working in her family’s restaurant. When her cousin calls her to audition for a new band, she jumps at the chance. T.J.’s not expecting the movie-star-handsome, smooth talking rich guy with the incredible voice. He’s obviously not expecting a female drummer. Fine. There’s no way she’s getting involved with a privileged pretty boy. She’s been burned before, and dating a band member is a recipe for disaster.
One problem... it’s not just their onstage chemistry that’s on fire.
She has no idea what happened, how it affected him, and the forces that threaten to tear them apart. How are they going to rock the hardest and keep their hearts intact?
|Publisher:||M. J. Roberts|
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About the Author
Mariah J. Roberts
With 2 million copies of her stories in circulation worldwide, Roberts is known for witty dialogue, stunning metaphor, exciting plot twists, fast-paced action, and scenes that sizzle.
Award-winning author including first place in the prestigious Summer Lovin’ Romance Literary Contest 2015 for Risk Your Heart.
Roberts’ creates characters who feel like your most cherished friends. She has written sixteen novels, an erotica anthology, a movie screenplay, twenty short stories, and a collection of poems.
Roberts is from New York but lives in the South for endless comic material. A self-proclaimed nap expert with constant cravings for hot musicians and cool superheroes, she’s married to a professional drummer (A.K.A. The Rock and Roll God). She's too busy tormenting imaginary characters and counting her blessing to pursue her longtime dream of Rock n’ Roll stardom herself. Her ‘I’m with the band’ status and access to a bunch of real-life alpha bad boys means she’s always saying ‘Anything you say can and will appear in print. Names will be changed to protect the guilty.’