Rock star Liam Collier, front man for Point Break, is at the top of his game. With two songs in the Top 10, he’s a rock-and-roll bad boy, known for his proclivity for partying and hooking up with gorgeous women. For Liam, falling in love was something he figured would happen down the road—not on the first day of his first world tour. And not with his reserved background cellist.
Classical cellist Abby Chan is on the road to join the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. But to pay back her expensive education, first she has to travel another kind of road—playing cello for a garish rock band’s world tour.
When classical music meets rock-and-roll, Abby and Liam will venture outside their comfort zones. But can prim propriety and a carefree attitude last longer than the tour? Or are they destined to be just another headline for the tabloids?
Title: Rock Strong
Loved this book.
Well written story. Liam does for Abby what any respectable man would do for his woman.
Wack ending but not bad
I loved the backdrop being a rock band tour, and the steamy scenes and Liam's defending Abby to his bandmates, but lacked a full picture of Liam, his family, how he grew up, or how the band rose to stardom or much about the band. I hated the huge gap at the end between Abby picking up her audition packet and her mom advising her to return to the tour, then suddenly she's on stage again with no explanation or dialogue on what made her go back, how they're going to make it work, what happened after the concert, the bands reaction to her return, surely that had to be an emotional reunion.