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After witnessing an endless string of late nights, long tours, and eager groupies her world-famous father could never resist, Chelsey Young knows the dirty truth behind the glamorous façade of the rock-star life. Which is exactly why she takes hot-as-hell guitarist Kye Burke to bed when he decides he wants her.

One night. That's how rock stars roll - unless your name is Kye Burke. The quietest of all his brothers, Kye's style has never really been pumping and dumping, so pursuing Chelsey isn't a hard choice for him. The hard part is keeping hold of the girl who's hotter than the Sahara one minute then so cold even Antarctica wouldn't touch her the next. The fact that he's about to leave for LA to record the newest Dirty B album doesn't work in his favor, either.

A long-distance relationship is the reason Chelsey's parents divorced, and she's sworn them off completely. But Kye didn't get where he is by giving up, and even if it's the fight of his life, there's no way he's giving Chelsey up.

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Emma Hart (P)2016 Tantor

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Um, listen if you really don’t pay attention to the story.

Ok so the male southern accent was waaaaayyyy too Beverly Hillbillies. But the main problem in all the books in the series are the girls. They’re all mean and it’s being played off as a Strong Southern thing but they all really just have their heads stuck up their asses and only come to their senses after they’re distracted by their guy’s abs. For real? These stories could have been great but they’re just kinda dumb. I don’t k ow where the author is coming from when she wrote her ladies. So disappointing.

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Excruciating

Ok. I might be a bit biased here given that I'm from the south but this is possibly one of the worst books I've ever listened to and one of the few I've never finished. The southern accents were just horrid and they made the characters seem like complete heathens. It was simply excruciating to follow.

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Chelsey was absolutely irritating

I understand the h didn’t trust due to her father’s actions, but come on. I loved the H. The H proved his character over and over. He deserved better than her.

The narrators made the book. They were great. However, the totally irritating h ruined the entire book and the narrators’ performances.