His secret is a link to a past she would rather forget…
When my best friend, who’s away on a mission, asks me to find out why his sister isn’t answering her phone, there’s no way I can say no. He once saved my life from an attempted suicide—so the two-and-a-half-hour drive to her small town is nothing.
Turns out, Nicole had been too busy with work to replace her phone after it broke.
With my band, Pushing Limits, taking a few days off from their biggest tour yet, my helping Nicole around the house seems like the perfect way to spend the break. What I didn’t expect was for the chemistry between us to be explosive.
I have two goals in life: growing my flourishing business and one day marrying a stable, career-oriented guy who’s nothing like my destructive father. The last thing I’m looking for is a sexy, tattooed drummer like Mason Dell. But the man is sweet and playful, and I can’t turn away from him.
When my boutique has to shut down due to renovations, Mason asks me to join his band on tour and temporarily be their social media person. It’s a chance to live a little—until tragedy strikes, and I discover the truth about Mason’s past.
Now Mason and I have figure out if we have what it takes to forge a future together…or if love can’t conquer all.
I Need You Tonight is a standalone romance. All the books in the series can be read in any order.
“Ms. Lindenblatt has penned another remarkable read for this series. . . . Full of exquisite heat and passion, and the ending brought happy tears to my eyes. . . . I would highly recommend I Need You Tonight.”—Book Magic
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed Stina Lindenblatt’s Pushing Limits series.”—Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
“I Need You Tonight is one of those books that you go into thinking one thing and end up getting your mind blown because you were not expecting the emotion that this made you feel. Honestly, this had to have been the best book of the series because of that.”—Life of a Crazy Mom
“[Stina Lindenblatt’s] writing shows superb talent and care for both the storyline and her characters. This is not a book you want to pass the chance at reading.”—Ellie Is Uhm . . . A Bookworm (5 stars)