Over You, an all-new Emotional Second Chance Romance by Stevie J. Cole is releasing February 20th! Synopsis – Spencer Hailstorm. Leather pants? Check. Tormented soul? Check. Rock star extraordinaire? Check. He’s the guy most women would pay to have break their hearts. Except me. I already know how hard it is to get over…
Book 3 of the Sherbrooke Station series First, I need to apologize for taking so long before writing this review. I should have completed this weeks ago, but life has gotten in the way a bit. Plus by not writing the review, it felt like the series wasn’t finished for me. Although, I do…
Book one of the Sherbrooke Station series Matt Pearson is the drummer of an up and coming alternative rock band. The band has a large following even though they just signed with a large label Atlas Records. Matt is considered the “mother” of the band. Anything that needs to be fixed–Matt fixes it. If he…
Book 1 in Wild Series –Spin off from Willow Creek Series Pre order your copy today for early release on November 19! I have to say that the Willow Creek series was one of the first ebooks I read when I bought my first Kindle. I waited as long as I could before converting…
Together with their families
request the pleasure of your company
at the celebration of their marriage
Tuesday, the twenty-fifth of December
two thousand nineteen
at half past four in the afternoon
I love love love Quinn James and his introverted ways. Part of it could be due to the fact that y son is extremely introverted. I could see many of the same traits in both Quinn and my son. Once Quinn picks up a guitar, he transforms. He comes alive. Music runs through him. He doesn’t have a single memory without music or band life. He grew up on a tour bus, recording studio, or where ever his drummer father was. Quinn loves his quiet life. He plays on open mic nights where he meets Eleanora Boone fresh from college.
Eleanora is from a rich southern family, deeply rooted in traditions. One tradition is unofficial arranged marriages. She was dating Roy all through high school. She thought she was in love with him. But shortly after she left, Roy was dating other women. Sure, in high school there were rumors that Roy was cheating on her with other women. She never had proof. She was in love with him so she believed everything he said. He has been pressuring her to come home so they can announce their engagement. Even though he hasn’t asked her. Even her parents are talking about the engagement. This is one of the many reasons why she picked a college far away from South Carolina. Now, she’s a college graduate. She’s expected to come home and marry Roy. Just the thought sends waves of panic through her. When the opportunity arises to drive her graduation present home instead of flying, she takes it. Instead of driving home, she drives to California and shares an apartment with her college friend, Kellie.
Evan Walker is the new keyboardist in Meltdown. He was officially invited to join the band after he helped Meltdown out after their previous keyboardist was killed by their lead guitarist. The band needed to complete a short three month tour for publicity. Evan’s wife of nine years was furious that he joined the band even after he bought her a new Porsche and a McMansion of a house. His sister and brother tried to tell him that his wife was cheating on him, but he didn’t want to listen. He didn’t listen when a previous band mate told him the same thing months later. But he had to be sure, he had LASH, a private security company that the band uses look into it. They found that his wife, Mandy was not only cheating on him but was didn’t actually work at the pharmaceutical company she told him. That most of their marriage has been riddled with lie after lie.
Evan moves in with the country bar owner of Margo’s, Quinn.
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.
Nash Bostwick is the sexy guitarist for Meltdown–one of the hottest bands in the country. Nash doesn’t do relationships. There’s a reason why he’s known for being a playboy. Relationships lead to heartbreak. Been there, done that, got the t-shirt. After his high school sweetheart died, Nash vowed that he would never feel that kind of heartache again. Unfortunately, the world has different plans. His heart is about to be shattered along with the rest of his world. One by the most important person in his life–his mother. She has been fighting breast cancer for the past few years. She was in remission. Now, the cancer is back…and this time it’s terminal. The second by his mother’s oncology nurse, Rowan. She isn’t his type. She has luscious curves that go for days. Nash prefers his women straight and super skinny as Grant calls them stick figures.
Rowan Burns has been an oncology nurse for the past few years. She knows better than to become attached to her patients, but there is something about Mauve and her sexy broody son that she can’t explain. Rowan was attracted to Nash the moment they met. She also knew he didn’t feel the same way. Until recently, when he keeps watching her and staying up with her to watch movies after Mauve goes to sleep. Mauve is spunky, funny, and so full of life…her sarcastic sense of humor is like no other.
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?