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Tate Burke, the eldest of the Burke brothers and a member of the rock band Dirty B., is pure sex. Women actually throw their panties at him during shows. And Ella Dawson is the lucky little thing that gets to escort their fangirling butts out when he's done with them.

Tate's a cocky son of a bitch, but there's more to him than meets the eye. Every now and then Ella gets a rare glimpse of the Tate behind the bad-boy act, and it attracts her in the most annoying way. The most annoying, heart-thumping, panty-wetting way.

When her raging mad, abusive ex turns up at the hotel room that Ella and Tate are sharing, Ella knows that she'll need more than just a little protection. Tate sees red, and Ella can't help but lean on him despite his bad-boy ways.

And now? Now, he's in a whole lot of trouble.

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Emma Hart (P)2015 Tantor

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*****SPOILERS ALERT!!!!*****

I was waiting until the end to get resolution to an extreme abuse situation, and relishing the moment when justice would be done, but what do they do? They let the abuser go, so WTH? I like my HEA which include justice served. Here, the main characters have everything they need to put the villain away, but they just choose let him go - free and clear. What message does that send? Let abusers loose to abuse somebody else when you have all the means to put him in jail?.Sorry, not for me. This author should have done better by their main characters.

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I find it unbelievable that an Ivy League educated lawyer would tolerate a man beating her for two years and then not take the winnable case to court to make sure the man doesn't beat another woman. Every fourth word seemed to be the F word. Narrator did a great job with a bad story.

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