Joss Jamison has it all. He's the lead singer for the world's hottest rock band, Lush. He's wealthy, sexy, talented...and miserable. Twelve months ago, Joss lost his finely honed control and made a mistake he can't undo. A mistake that could end up costing him his best friend, his band, and maybe his heart.
Mel DiLorenzo has it all. She's been hired to document the world tour of her sister's fiancé's rock band. She's gorgeous, talented, loved...and sick of being the little sister. When she agrees to the summer job, Mel has no idea she's walking into a minefield of friendships lost and hearts destroyed. She also has no idea what it means to be the object of Joss Jamison's affections.
One hot rock star plus one life-altering mistake, add a dash of sexy younger sister and a handful of broken hearts, and you've got a recipe for fire. Life on the road can be hot, but for the boys of Lush, it's about to get a whole hell of a lot hotter.
©2014 Selena Laurence (P)2014 Selena Laurence
I enjoyed the book, but had a hard time with the chapters written from the female lead's POV. Though the male narrator did soften his voice (some) for the female characters, the internal dialogue was in his regular voice. It would be confusing at times, not sure if it was one of the male characters speaking or the lady thinking! Occasionally even the voices for the were confusing. His voice was wonderful for the guys.
If decision makers insist on a single narrator (for ease or cost or whatever), they should make sure the narrator can do a decent job at voicing the opposite sex.
I am an avid reader, not a professional book reviewer. I gladly offer my opinion of the books I read/listen to.
This is one of the best of this genre.
When the band implodes.
Jos.... I did not care for his female voice. This book could of benefitted from dual narration if using this narrator.
This is not your typical rock and roll book. Yes it has hot sex, but it has a different plot ... one that sparks interest. The characters are multi dimensional. I enjoyed this book a lot!
Sure. Good author, but I didn't like the voice. It wasn't BAD per se, it might have been more about the story versus the voice.
Joss and Mel learning to trust and love, overcoming their past failures and being able to move ahead for a happier future together.
The characters really caring for one another...even Mike, to a certain point.
Joss and Mel taking a trip down Joss memory lane, visiting Joss grandmother old house.
Walsh having Mel and Joss back about their relationship after Dave came to warn Mel off Joss. I really think even if Walsh had found out about Joss betrayal before than he would still have their back.
I really love this book. A good start to the series. I cant wait for the next book, only because i really like Walsh (not so much tammy, but im hoping to change that). I will recommend this to my friends. It rates right behind S.C Stephen thoughtless.
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
I really felt for Joss…. he's a famous, sexy, gorgeous, wealthy rock star but under it all he's so damaged. Loneliness and guilt over a betrayal is eating him up inside until Mel blows fresh air into his life but the big secret of his betrayal is having mental and emotional consequences on not just him…. tensions rise and you know that eventually someone's going to let the cat out of the bag so it's just a question of when, where and how.
Told from dual POV's this is a train wreck romance and you know there's no way of stopping the heartbreak that's going to happen. It's romantic, emotional, entertaining and very addictive as their road to the HEA starts off great with brief touches, flirting and kisses leading quickly to passion but there's oblivious characters, guilty characters, innocent characters and spiteful characters and the volatility keeps rising until it ignites. There is an eventual very touching and romantic happy ending (so no cliffhanger here).
I thought the narrator's voice was a bit too old for all the male characters and his female voices were not too good either.
Worth a credit? Oh yeah.
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