What happens on the road stays on the road in the latest New Adult novel from the author of Loud Is How I Love You.
Twenty-one-year-old Sonia Grant, a business major, has big plans for a career in the music industry. So when she’s offered the job of tour manager for her best friend’s band, she jumps at the chance for some real life experience. When her number one crush, bassist Cole McCormack, jumps her the first night on tour, she hopes she’s in for three weeks of some hot backstage action, too. But Cole turns out to have more up his sleeve than she or anyone realized.
Nobody knows that Cole is on the road to party like a rock star one last time before quitting his dream to take a more practical job and settle down. What he hadn’t planned was to fall in love with a girl he believes is out of his league. Will Cole play out the rock star fantasy he thinks Sonia wants from him, or tell her the truth and take the chance that she’ll either break his heart or make an even bigger dream come true?
Includes a preview of the first book in the Hub City Romance series, Loud Is How I Love You.
“Nobody writes rock and roll like Mercy Brown. With writing so exquisite you can feel the bass thumping in your chest, Stay Until We Break is like a hit song you can't get out of your head long after you've turned the last page.”—Sarina Bowen, USA Today bestselling author of Rookie Move
Praise for Loud Is How I Love You
“So full of soul and wit and seduction it makes something inside me twist deliciously, and I don’t think I’m returning to normal anytime soon.”—Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling authors of the Beautiful series
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For Music Lovers
This author is obviously very much in the know about music and band life. I recommend this series for readers that want to know what it’s really like from the inside. I had a little trouble connecting with the story even though I do feel that it was well written. The details are great. I could practically see the scenes happening in my mind. Actually, I think this would be great turned into a show or film.