Rhett knew loving a legend wouldn't be easy. But she never thought it would break her heart.
Restoring the beautiful old 1890s Texas farmhouse Rhys bought for them to live in keeps Rhett Davis occupied, but not too busy to worry her head off about him. After some idiot tried to kill Rhys he went right back out on tour with his band Illicit, putting himself in harm's way again. Rhett is determined not to let him know how frightened she is for him, and takes steps to assure his safety when he returns home. He may not like her solution, but she's not asking his permission.
When Illicit decides to take a long break between albums and tours, Rhys James eagerly anticipates spending quality time with Rhett in their new home. But his surprise announcement of all that extra time together falls flat when he finds out Rhett has commitments elsewhere. At loose ends, he heads out to L.A. at the invitation of a former producer and lands himself in one of the biggest messes of his life.
When past trust issues rear their ugly heads, Rhett and Rhys will have to find a way to resolve them. Or maybe their ideas of what constitutes the perfect life differ too much for love to overcome.
No one ever said loving a rock star was easy. But Rhett never imagined it would be this hard. Can they get past these obstacles, or is this the end for Rhys and Rhett?