Never trust bad boy rockers.
They grasp with one hand and push away with the other.
And when we collide, this time his heart will be on the line… because I'm not risking mine.
**SING TO ME is book one in the ON TOUR duet, set in the same world as ROCK ME. You do not need to have read the ROCK ME series to enjoy this story.
The Rock Me Series
LIE TO ME
END OF ME
SING TO ME
SONG FOR ME
BAD FOR ME
ALL OF ME
Harper’s job as a roadie is her stepping stone towards her goal. She is sassy, headstrong and self reliant. Falling for Drake, the sexy lead singer was not part of her plan. Their love for music leads to an explosive relationship. Harper faces many roadblocks and more importantly, is Drake just using her? Sing to Me is a fast paced and appealing story, I enjoyed it a lot. It does end in a cliffhanger and I can’t wait.
Review copy was received for a honest opinion.
Note to readers – definitely read the previous books involved in this series.
Note to readers – definitely read the previous books involved in this series. This story seems to pick up with the understanding of the two main characters in this book, and it took me a few chapters to get an understanding of the dynamic of this book. Harper has gone through a lot in her life, and it seems that her bad luck is something that continues strong. Although strong-willed and determined, Harper seems to be letting her circumstances start to get to her, which is the perfect time for Drake to come into her life. He is the perfect match for her personality wise, but career wise he is someone she vowed to never get involved with. The ending/cliffhanger was a total shock to me that I didn’t see coming, and I also hated that it was a cliffhanger! It was at a point in the story where I thought things were finally going Harper’s way and giving some good luck, and that cliffhanger ruined that thinking. While there is probably a reason that will be explained in the next book, it caused somewhat of a sour taste in my mouth ending this story. While I loved the banter and relationship between Harper and Drake, the cliffhanger really threw me.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.