on June 20, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Fame can disappear in an instant…
Fortune is a fleeting fantasy…
Laz Rawlings had them both, until he lost it all…
Laz, a former world-famous music producer screwed up everything thanks to his rock-n-roll lifestyle, but he’s been given an opportunity to prove his genius in the music industry wasn’t a fluke, and he’s hell-bent on not letting history repeat itself. But that’s proving difficult when the young singer he’s tasked with grooming has become the object of his every desire.
Life has been an uphill battle for Aundrea Newton, so when a sexy, tattooed stranger hand delivers her dream of a music career, she’s skeptical. Nothing ever comes easy, and she knows Laz has the power to crush both her career and her heart with his undeniable sex appeal and charismatic swagger.
When the line between mentor and student blurs, both begin to question what’s more important: Love, sex or the music.
“Everything feels like it’s falling apart.”
Good things happen to bad people, and life happens on life’s terms. It’s how we deal with it that determines our story, and no one writes a Rocker story like Ms. Valentine. No one.
Love, Sex, Music is a forbidden romance novel of epic proportions. The hero and the heroine are both given a second chance at life. Things have happened, good and bad. Laz and Drea haven’t had an easy road, both damaged souls trying to do the next right thing, each believing their mistakes are unforgivable. Together, they learn that everyone has the right to be happy and no one is simply the sum of their past mistakes.
“We’re kindred spirits. Broken people trying to find a way to make ourselves whole again.”
I love it when the broken comes together. In a wonderfully written narrative with undeniable chemistry, you are pulled in with every word, the story unfolding leaving your heart full and hope within your grasp. Micelle will always be one of my go to authors for hot, inked men.