Ravenel Hayes is a perfect daughter, a loving sister, a loyal friend, and an excellent student. Returning home to complete her MBA and be closer to her family, she has her future all mapped out. That is until her path leads her straight into Declan Collins. The dark haired, tattooed singer with a sinful body is a distraction, one that’s way out of her league. He wasn’t part of her plan. But now that he’s literally knocking on her door, how can she avoid him?
Declan Collins lives life to the edge. His only emotional attachments are to his family and his band. He’s your typical bad-boy, lead singer who lives with no regrets. “Hook-up and head-out” is his motto. His ultimate goal is to take his band all the way to the top, or so it was. When he runs into Raven, she stirs up emotions in him that he had never thought possible. From their very first meeting, there’s no denying the chemistry between them. He’s not a relationship guy, but can she change his playboy ways?
Jealousy, anger, stalkers, and fame and fortune threaten to tear these two apart. Will surrendering to their love get them through the challenges that await them? Or will it tear them apart?
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Raven and Declan need to get it together
This is one of those stories you just hate to love. Raven and Declan just cannot get it together. A lot of what they argue about are trivial and immature issues like jealousy and her guy friends. But when they're together they're full of passion and you can't help but want to root for them. In my opinion the author spends a lot of time on the parts that didn't need as much explanation and then rushed through parts like the kid napping that could have been more detailed. But all in all it was a good story and heck yes I will purchase the next books because now I'm so invested I have to know what happens.
Love the strong connection of all characters
Loved the supportive relationships of friends and family around the main characters. I got so attached and was so on team Raven and Declan! Only thing that kills me is how this book ended. My heart actually hurt.
What I think about this book
This book was amazing, and even though I was disappointed in the end. I didn’t understand how she could just leave Declan over a lack of Communication. Things where really well for them both and she picks a job in London that is so far away from him. When she knows that he cannot live without her love and that this “break” will screw him up big time. I also feel as though if his band mates where real friends they would never had asked him to hide his relationship. I also think Finn should know that he would never be able to love her and she would feel the same way when she was so in love with Declan. She has been off limits since she was 6 and that shouldn’t change just because Finn thinks he is in love with her