A hot new rock star romance from USA Today bestselling author Blair Babylon
Music is a bitch mistress.
Getting the job as a backup singer in the breakout rock band Killer Valentine is the chance of a lifetime for curvy, redheaded Rhiannon Macallen. She has spent every moment of the last five years preparing for her shot at the spotlight with a breakneck schedule of music lessons, band performances, and voice coaching that has consumed every second of her life and every penny from her poverty-level part-time job.
The contract she signs has an ironclad no-fraternization clause: no screwing around with the band members.
But Killer Valentine is falling apart. Drugs, groupies, and the rock-and-roll lifestyle are seducing the rockers despite the desperate efforts of the lead singer and the band manager, a green-eyed, gorgeous hunk named Jonas Rees.
Rhiannon tries to help Jonas hold the band together, but every time they retrieve one of the rockers from another drug-addled disaster, Jonas’s sultry looks and lingering touches make her yearn for what might have been.
Unless she’s willing to risk her only chance at stardom for love.
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Short and sweet not all the drama of the rest of the stories.
Another Great, hot and steamy book from Blair
Another great hot and steamy story in the Killer Valentine rock star series. Rhiannon has fire and desire behind her singing and Xan notices this. But desire for Jonas may get in the way of the music. Intriguing writing to bring this all together. Really enjoy Blair Babylon's books and will definitely read more.
I received an ebook review copy free for an honest review.
A good read with an HEA
I enjoyed reading this book; it’s the first book by Blair Babylon that I’ve read (I own others but just haven’t read them yet). I suspect that I may be a little older than her target audience for this book but that didn’t keep me from wanting to read it when I was offered an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
I would caution you that if you don’t like references to drugs, and what is probably the seedier side of a rock star’s life, you may not want to read this. However, know that the main characters do not indulge and, in fact, try to prevent others from indulging so this didn’t bother me.
The heroine is a down on her luck aspiring singer. Her trials and tribulations after joining a major band, and the interactions between the characters, were interesting to read. I’m not really sure why but this book didn’t invoke a lot of deep emotion for me as I read it (something I usually enjoy in a book) but, again, I still enjoyed reading it.
While this book is part of the Rock Stars in Disguise series it is a complete story with an HEA. After reading it you may want to continue reading the other books but you won’t feel like you’ve been left hanging. I should also say that this is the first “rock star” type of romance that I’ve read. I suspect if you enjoy that genre you will like this book.