Most people know me as the drummer for Nothing but Trouble. Depending who you ask, I’m also a playboy, a loner, the life of the party, a screw-up, or according to my fans, “The Sexiest Rock Star on the Planet.” Apparently, I’m a legend. Am I surprised? Hell, no. It’s a reputation I’ve earned behind my drum kit and behind closed doors. No one thought foster kid
Landon Cox would become famous. Infamous, maybe. Notorious, probably. But successful? Never. No one except Piper Hastings. But I had to make a choice: my woman or my career. I picked fame and fortune . . . and spent every damn day since pretending I don’t regret it. Now fate’s dropped Piper back into my life. I want to believe it’s a second chance for me—for us. But while I can give her a few great nights, I can’t give Piper a future. Because there’s a difference between a legend and a fairy tale . . . Only one of them ends happily ever after.
Piper and Landon have a history. And, it is the kind of history that results in hiding from the other person when you happen to accidentally be in the same room. The kind of break up that hurts because you didn't see it coming and it wasn't handled well.
So, ending up in charge of making sure he recuperates from a drunken idiot moment? Not able to hide your way through that...and, they are forced to talk...and to reconnect.
Their relationship is rocky, but believable. And, the author in this title managed to pull of something that, by now, I thought was impossible. There is an "oops-how did that happen" moment in this book that while I saw coming it wasn't as predictable as usual...so, kudos on that.
I enjoyed this title overall. There were a couple of places where I thought the characters might have overreacted a bit, but not enough to pull me from the story or make me unwilling to invest in them.
I enjoyed and recommend this title.