Rock Star Romance
Ash “Blaze” Dean has it all: fame, fortune, and the adoration of screaming fans, but the constant parties and endless string of one-night stands are taking their toll. He wants something real and someone to hold on to. He believes in fate and true love, so when sparks ignite between him and the intelligent and sassy Dr. Summers, Ash is intrigued.
When Skye Summers has no idea who he is, he’s fascinated. When she runs following a little innocent flirting, he’s in full pursuit, because something tells him this woman is worth the chase. He’ll stop at nothing to win the sexy doctor’s heart, even if he has to tell a tiny white lie. But Skye might be too much for even the legendary lead singer of the mega-rock band, Angel Fire, to handle.
Dr. Skye Summers is a survivor. When life knocks her down, she gets right back up. She endured life as a foster-child and now dedicates herself to helping others in need. She faces her challenges head-on but remains haunted by the demons of her past. One thing she knows for certain; she doesn’t believe in love. She’s finished being betrayed and deceived by the men in her life. After years of pain and disappointment, even the irresistible and charming Ash Dean isn’t going to change her mind.
Can Ash get Skye to open her heart, or will he crash and burn in a “Blaze” of glory?
Uncaged Review: Every once in a while, I need a
good rock star romance to rattle the brain fog from
reading a lot. And this one, I’m happy I picked up.
This story is not just a rock star romance, but it’s a
layered, emotional but not so overly emotional that it
keeps the book in a dark place, the author masterfully
weaves a story of the healing power of love. Keep the
tissue boxes close, as you will cry along with Skye
and Forest, and you might want to smack a couple
people around yourself. But beneath it all is a love
story, as fate would have it, as Ash would say.
Jump in, but there are some trigger warnings of
sexual abuse in the pages. The author manages to
bring the light and dark into a good balance for the
book, but you may laugh, cry and cheer on these two
as they navigate their way to their HEA. Reviewed by