For the last four years, good girl Lane has regretted breaking up with Noel Falcon. She thought she was sensible when she told him his dreams of being a rock star would get him nowhere, but now that he's a rock god and her career is stagnant, she realizes just how wrong she was. When Noel hires the marketing company where Lane is an intern, she's forced to see him again. If she wants to land her dream job as executive within the company, she has to win him over and secure his account. Too bad Noel is still pissed at her for breaking his heart.
When Lane's company flies her to a Black Falcon concert to gain Noel's attention, emotions run high the moment she sees him and realizes she's far from over him. But Noel's countless trysts with groupies and his cocky attitude make Lane believe he isn't the same guy she once loved - now he seems to only want her body. Then after Lane discloses she needs him to procure a job, Noel proves he's a changed man by forcing her to go on the road with him in order to get it.
After Lane reluctantly takes Noel up on his offer, she becomes willing to do whatever it takes to keep him satisfied, even if it means succumbing to his seductive ways. Lane soon finds deception is a dangerous game and she's not the only one playing.
©2012 Michelle A. Valentine (P)2013 Tantor
"This was a powerful little story, and I am happy with the direction it is pushing the overall story. I will be biting my nails every day until I have more. There is so much promise in this story, and I look forward to every minute we will get." (The Book Whisperer)
Really enjoyable 'rock band' romance that's heartbreaking one minute and annoying the next.
Noel and Lane's story begins when they were High School sweethearts and she broke his heart by not believing and sharing in his dreams (ahhh wot a b....). He sure showed her - fame, women, money, and sex god looks is the ultimate power in his business and he's got it in spades but now Lane needs him however, he's angry and arrogant towards her (don't blame him) at first. We soon find out that he just isn't over her and never was but she's not so sure.
I loved loved loved Noel - his tenderness and his willingness to show Lane his love for her has never changed and his desperation at keeping her in his life but unfortunately I didn't like Lane's character - she came across as a spoilt hard business career minded woman one minute, loves and would do anything for him the next, then she's cold to him again.
However, overall it was a sweet romance, not as good, deep or hot as the Sinners on Tour books, but a very enjoyable listen with some great characters filling the hours of listening up and no doubt we will be hearing their stories and I can't wait.
Worth a credit? Yes, it was a good romantic story with the ahhh factor in it.
I'm totally in the minority here. I look at the sea of reviews, and I am practically an island on this book. The beginning, I was there. My heart was aching. I wanted to root for the couple.
Then, I listened to more (it was the audiobook version.) *Sigh* The beginning was the highlight, it only went downhill from there. Let me first start this autopsy by naming the subject, Lanie- from this point on in the review she will be named Doormat. She's supposed to be this eager marketing intern trying to get her foot in the door to land her dream job. Now, I always thought of a marketing rep to essentially be a salesperson for the masses. In theory, if you are to 'land that dream marketing job' you should be a good salesperson. Doormat even thought it herself. I'm sorry, but Doormat was not a salesperson. She had no backbone, she was so naive that her ears much have been constantly wet behind them, and she was an absolute doormat. I guessing you can tell how much I 'like' her.
Now, enter broody, bipolar rock star. He was her first everything, and she broke his heart in high school. There's some more standard rock star background... blah blah blah. OK, so she broke his heart- in high school. I've heard of people finding 'the one' all the way back in high school, but it's far from the norm. So he's a grade-A prime horse's rear end trying to scoop out her heart at the beginning. Not swoony. Not attractive. I don't care how talented and rockin' and rich you are, he went above and beyond to be a cold hearted snake. Then, true to form for the whole book, he flip-flops back and forth. Hot then cold - Don't run away from me but stay here while I take off and don't tell anyone where I am - Double standards out the wazoo - No. Just. No. I didn't see anything to swoon over. He was running when he should have been talking, seducing when he should be laying it out with an honest conversation, just plain being a dick about the way he does anything... and I'm supposed to swoon when he does a few sappy songs? I'm not even attracted to the guy. He's an *bleep*. Not an alpha character that pisses me off but makes me melt... no, he just gives off douchebag vibes, has a double standard for Doormat and just - ugggg! He's an *bleep*hat. A douchecanoe of the highest order that needs to be made to sing soprano with a swift kick in the nads.
What did he see in Doormat? I think a peek into his head could have really, really helped this book. We have no idea why he's all contractions all the time. I am just SO PISSED at the characters and the story. Finishing the book, and ESPECIALLY finding out everything behind all the brouhaha, I was in a bad mood and muttering, "Bullshit" every few minutes. I wanted it to end, just to put me out of my misery. I'm on the fence as to continuing the series at all. Is it just this story, these characters, that I am loathing? I sure don't know. Many have read a loved it, but not this island. My island far, far away from that drama llama couple... but I didn't hate Riff, so maybe there is a chance for trying out another book.
I wish I could blame it all on the narrator, but she wasn't bad. Not great, but not bad. Instead of a book hangover, I got book rage. I need a glass of wine just to get my mood out of that Doormat funk. Maybe even a shot of tequila.
This book was just so so for me. I have definitely heard worse, there just wasn't any depth to it. The female lead in this book drove me batty, not sure what the rock star saw in her. The conflicts were a bit weak and short lived, very mediocre plot line.
I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
Yes, I enjoy the good stories about the rocker guys. It's not as good as Olivia Cunning but it's a good listen.
As I stated I love the books about those guys that rock. This was worth my credit and I will get others from this author. This is a lighter listen and somewhat predictable but it was good.
After reading Olivia Cunning's series about rock stars, I was excited to read this book. That lasted for about 15 minutes into this book. The characters are 1 dimensional with no depth whatsoever. The main character gave me whiplash. One moment she can't live without him, next moment she is the ice princess and doesn't want him. I would not recommend wasting a credit on this book.
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