Miller and Ally have been best friends for years–after Ally showed that arcade game whose boss impressing Miller in the process. Ally was scared to become another notch of the former rock star’s belt. Instead, she friendzoned Miller. Besides, Ally needed to focus on taking care of her niece after her sister’s death.
Ally needs to find a supplemental income now that her brother is moving his newly formed family to Boston for new job opportunity. Ally and her brother has been making kitsch videos and posting them to Youtube–making them a small profit.
Miller was one third of the teen heartthrob trio–Heartbreakers. Since the band broke up after Campbell’s wife died, Miller has been craving something more. He has tried to fulfill that with numerous new activities from remote control boat racing to video game competitions. Nothing is working. Finally, Miller takes Campbell’s advice to start a duo with a female singer. During the auditions, they find the perfect fit for Miller. Miller is shell-shocked that it’s his sweet best friend in a sexy as hell outfit that should be illegal.
Chaz Jones has not had an easy life. His stepfather abused him in a multitude of ways that has left permanent scars on him both physically and emotionally. He keeps everyone at arms length including his new band mates. Chaz was just hired by Meltdown to be their new drummer after their previous drummer was fired for his drug addiction. Chaz feels like the outsider of the group–which in a way he is. Meltdown has been together for years. Grant and Nash started the band with Luke and Dave coming shortly thereafter. But the band has been in turmoil. It seems that after Grant fixed the record label issue by all of them buying out part of the label, Nash being kidnapped, Luke’s death, and Grant’s stalker behind bars–the band is starting to come together with the addition of Evan, the new keyboardist. Chaz’s role in Grant’s stalker has left him without–he can no longer write or down himself in music. His escape.
Mallory Scott works with her best friend, Dr. CiCilia Woods the owner of Woodway, an in-house rehabilitation for the wealthy including Meltdown. Originally, CiCi was going to take the assignment but she had already agreed to assisting a tennis player with his addictions. Mallory has only assisted CiCi with her assignments. But it’s time for Mal to embark on her own without CiCi. Too bad that her new client is non other than Grant Hardy–Mr. Panty-melting sexy as hell man. That voice! And he completely denies to using Oxy or having an addiction. Mal is contracted to Grant for the remainder of Meltdown’s US tour. Something isn’t right. The more she learns about Grant–the more she believes him. Why would a guy take Oxy for a high when he’s allergic to it? Where is his detox report? Why can’t she find his therapist from rehab? Who would want to hurt not only Grant but also Meltdown?
How is she supposed to stay away from this man when all she wants to do is pull him into her bed?
Music is his passion. It’s in his blood. Yet, Quinn James isn’t sure if stardom is right for him. His family wants him to join a band, and follow in his father’s footsteps but fear holds him back. He can’t explain it, and when he tries, no one understands what he’s afraid of or why he’s content playing coffee shop gigs where no one knows him.
Band on The Run Book 3 of Shaughnessy Brothers Series I want to begin this posting with how much I love, love, love this author! I have read and own all of the Montgomery Brothers Series and almost all of the Shaughnessy Brothers Series. I have the rest of the Band on the Run seriesContinue reading “One More Moment Samantha Chase”