Synopsis:My world was rock solid.
Until I saw her.
Lara Kessler showed up as if heaven sent her to me, and suddenly my priorities changed. Love is funny like that. One minute you’re living the dream, then BAM! Half my soul shows up backstage wearing a purple shirt and sexy skin-tight jeans, making me realize what I’ve been missing all along. Loving her means exposing a life I’ve tried to bury.
My heart had lost its beat.
Until I saw him.
Kaz Fabian caught my attention the moment I laid eyes on him. Love is funny like that. The famous guitarist was every woman’s fantasy—great face, chiseled jaw, cut biceps. The rock star was pure sex on and off stage, but his charm and charisma won me over. Loving him means burdening him with a life I’ve tried to leave behind.
With her future dim and his past in the spotlight, can they overcome their fate or will they just be another tragic love story?
An Excerpt from The Revolution
The woman I’ve fantasized about is finally in my bed. The one who’s starred in my dreams and I’ve imagined when fucking others. She’s here, lying next to me and I can’t sleep.
My chest hurts while watching her. She’s the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen and equally the most fascinating. She teases and jokes, flirts… and she trusts me. She trusts me with her life. That’s what brought her here tonight. I would do anything for her and she knows it.
I sit up and scrub my hands over the way-too-long scruff that covers my face. She stirs beside me, making me want to stay. I really should, but I just can’t stay here any longer…
A promise is a promise and all that. But some promises are worth breaking. This is one of them.
This was my first book to read by S.L.Scott, and although it is part of a series, it can be read as a stand a lone. In the beginning of this book it was a little slow for me, but then it takes a couple of twist and turns and it totally grabbed my attention.
Lara Kessler, a career woman involved in a relationship with Mark Renner, who has two things going for him. One his homeruns and two his temper. Mark’s life revolves around baseball and making Lara’s life a mess.
When the breakup happens with Mark he doesn’t take it to well, and tries to destroy Lara with violence and blackmail. He is just not a very nice man, and he isn’t who Lara thought he was. Then he takes things a little too far.
So somewhere before and during and after all her life with Mark, she comes to a concert with her best friend Ro and goes backstage to meet the guys of the band, The Resistance. Where she connects with Kaz Fabian. He is in the band, he is sexy, and she liking what she sees.
Lara is caught in two worlds. Trying to get out of relationship that Mark won’t let her out of, and the one she finding herself wanting to be in with Kaz. I was rooting for Kaz myself. I didn’t like Mark at all. He was rude and mean however, in this story, can Kaz handle everything that Lara and Mark will go through because it is a nightmare.
Then, wait for it, Kaz has his own story to tell……
I loved how all this story comes together. I enjoyed it. 4 Stars.