small-town Montana writer Kate Mosely finds it all a bit exhausting. After losing her husband in a car accident where she was behind the wheel, Kate has finally found her bearings in the world again, rebuilding a simple but stable life. And even if that means a lot of lonely nights watching old movies and quiet days writing obituaries for her hometown newspaper, Kate’s not sure she’s ready for her life to change—again.
Until she shares the stage—and a whole heap of carnal gazes—with rock star Trevor “Trax” Jenkins. Despite his intimidating on-stage bravado, underneath it Kate discovers a man with a Rilke poem tattooed on his arm, an appreciation for cronuts, and a snarky wit that matches her own.
As she and Trevor explore their heated chemistry, the scarred parts of Kate’s heart begin to heal, making room for a love so passionate it makes her want long-forgotten things equal parts naughty, heart-swelling, and joyful. But when a searing exposé in a trashy gossip magazine sends Kate running, will it threaten their chances at forever?
I liked the premise of this one. Small town author meets rockstar. What is there not to like?
Sooo late with this review, sigh. Let us make it short.
Kate is an author. She is a widow. From a small town. Intellectual.
Trevor is a rockstar. Bad boy image. Bad boy lyrics.
But she needs to be shaken up, and he can do that. So they fit really well together. And it does click at once and you feel it.
Too much smexy times though, yup ;) I was all, get to the drama (which does come), get to the romance. But aye, you know me. So for you all who like that, passionate for sure.
It was a good romance, I liked these two together. Mostly cos he sure did the chasing
Kindle Edition, 288 pages
Published April 6th 2015 by Pocket Star
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