Genres: Contemporary Romance
Wow. Priscilla West has created another Hero that I've fallen in love with. Riley has a reputation of being a bit of a party girl and is not afraid to live a little. So when an impromptu show by a band gets the bar Riley is at in a frenzy, she has to find out why. What she gets is a seriously sexy lead singer with a hot as sin voice. Oh my holy hotness! Just the description of mr hottie is enough to get some seriously naughty thoughts.
"I'd never seen a man so savagely gorgeous."
Little does Riley realize that she's about to get in over her head and end up having to work as the groups tour accountant to try and manage their finances. How to avoid the very gorgeous Jax and keep her sanity....and her thoughts away from his lips. As she gets to know Jax more, she realizes there is much more behind Jax than just a sexy voice and he plays to win.
"You're going to give me a kiss. It's going to last as long as I want it to. After that, you can have your top back."
Sigh, I read this book in one sitting and really loved it. Riley and Jax are spunky, fun and a bit wounded. The story grabbed me and although the focus was on the two of them, I liked the glimpses I got of the rest of the band. Sky most definitely needs her own story. The ending had me frantically looking for more and I wish I had known there was going to be cliffhanger ending that would have my jaw drop to the floor. Noooooo, I need the next book! I can not wait to read more!
Everything about him warned me to stay away.
I’d seen bad boys before, but he had it all and more. The rippling muscles covered in tatts, the piercing eyes hiding dark secrets, the silky voice that could make a girl come with just a whisper . . .
He was exactly the type of guy that would get me in trouble, but when he jumped off the stage, inked skin glistening with sweat and breathed his seductive words into my ear, I couldn’t resist the temptation.
It was supposed to be the best one-night stand of my life, but fate didn’t let it play out that way. Things happened. I got upset. I got hasty. And worst of all, I got reckless.
After that disaster, I thought it was the last I’d see of him. But what I didn’t know was that I’d started something.
Something that could shatter the very thing I had worked so hard to protect.
I should have known back then that the most seductive things in life are also the most dangerous.