I swear I didn’t mean to flirt with the world-famous Brayden Clarke—especially not right in the middle of an interview for a job.
It was a slip—or perhaps a gut reaction to his smoldering eyes and deep, sexy voice.
To my total disbelief, they give me the assignment. My task is simple: advise Brayden and his band on how to communicate with their fans. Easy-peasy. Or so I thought...
I can handle the job, but the sexy lead singer who's intent on getting under my skin might be too hot to resist.
But our lives are too different. His life is under constant scrutiny. I thrive on freedom and spontaneity. I like exploring the streets of New York and meeting up with my siblings without needing security detail.
But when we’re together, all our differences fade, and I can’t get enough of this man. And he won’t quit until he makes me his.
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Brayden and Isabelle were fun, they were hot, and I actually liked both of them as characters and as people.
Rock star romance is either fabulous, or it gets stuck in the "hype" of one of the characters being "famous" and that can ruin it for me. This one avoided that, yes Brayden is famous but he is also a person, and the 2 parts of him were both allowed to exist allowing him to be both the great guy and the sexy performer.
I also liked how the book dealt with his fame and what that loss of privacy can do to a person and to their relationships. I liked the addition of this as the external and also internal challenge to their relationship and the idea that both of them were aware of it, and were willing to figure it out...as that is what an adult relationship should be...2 people who want to be together badly enough to figure the rest of it out.
I enjoyed and recommend this title.
I fell in love with books when I was nine years old, and my love affair with stories continues even now, many years later. I write romantic stories and can't wait to share them with the world. And I drink coffee. Lots of it :-D
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