Winner of the 2016 Golden Quill for best hot romance and a National Readers’ Choice Award finalist!
GOOD GUY, MEET BAD REPUTATION ...
Maybe I’m sick of dating losers, but they’re just so convenient. They don’t expect much. I expect even less. And I really don’t want the complications of, say, dating an old friend from high school who follows my band around like a groupie.
But when my latest boy toy goes ballistic at a gig, who’s there to rescue me? Gary. And there’s no chemistry with Gary. Or at least that’s what I thought until the moment he set my world on fire.
There’s no reason a good guy like that would want a gal with such a bad reputation, even if I have a big secret that proves just how undeserved that reputation is. OK, a few big secrets, secrets that could make this friends-to-lovers experiment blow up in our faces.
I just want to make music, not fall in love with a dorky artist. A super-hot dorky artist who takes my breath away and always believes the best of me, even when I know I’m the worst.
Bohemia Blues is an award-winning friends-to-lovers story featuring a rockin’ piano-playing singer, a true-blue potter, and a mix of passion, drama and humor. This is the third novel in the Bohemia Beach Series, each a steamy standalone romance set among a circle of artists in the enchanting Florida city they call home.
"Lucy Lakestone writes sizzling, smart, sexy beach romances that are hard to put down and impossible to forget."
- Roxanne St. Claire,
New York Times bestselling author
THE BOHEMIA BEACH SERIES
While each title can be read on its own, the books have interconnected characters and settings, and you may wish to read them in order:
1. Bohemia Beach
2. Bohemia Light
3. Bohemia Blues
4. Bohemia Heat
5. Bohemia Nights
6. Bohemia Bells
7. Bohemia Chills
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lucy Lakestone is an award-winning author who lives on Florida’s east central coast, among the towns that serve as an inspiration for the hot romances of her Bohemia Beach Series. She’s been a journalist, photographer, editor and video producer but prefers living in her imagination, where the moon is full and the cocktails are divine.