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It started on a dance floor after too much tequila, and ended with looking into the handsome face I never thought I’d see again....

In person, at least. I saw his face all the time on magazine covers. To the world, he’s Parker Callahan — famous rockstar. To me, he was the boy I loved; the stepbrother who left me behind to follow his dreams.

After our tequila-fueled encounter, he wants me back, but that’s not a road I’m ready to walk down again. He broke my heart once, and even five years later, I’m not sure I could handle another blow.

When a once-in-a-lifetime offer comes my way, even my broken heart isn’t enough for me to be able to turn it down. I agree to join the band’s tour and help Parker write his next album...but this time I’m not falling in love. This time I’ll walk away.

But if there's one thing life has taught me, it’s that love never goes according to plan — especially when Parker is involved.

©2021 Fiona Cole (P)2021 Podium Audio

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great story

the narration is great. the author brings emtions alive and brings real topics real struggles people have in life.

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3 tropes in 1

I am a sucker when it comes to friends to lovers or second chance romance. Furthermore, who didn’t want another trope in the mix, forbidden romance as well. I do like the beginning of the story but overtime, I just didn’t get into the characters, it fizzled out for me. There are some parts I do enjoy and some parts I was puzzled with. It did pick up in the end and became okay overall. Perhaps, I didn’t like Nova’s character/personality, how she handles things when it comes to working side by side with Parker and I had a struggle with Parker’s character/personality, how his rockstar life wasn’t crack up to be. I think it had a good climax of the story but too quick of a resolution/recovery to uphold their relationship. Yet, this book was a whole lot of angst, cool to imagine how musician world could be, and interesting steamy moments between her and band mates. The audio narrators did a fantastic job: Jason Clarke and Stephanie Rose together. Otherwise, it doesn’t mean, I didn’t have fun reading/listening in order to escaping reality.

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  • 03-29-22

Amazing

I do love a slow burn but I don’t really see it as a forbidden romance (maybe just a little). Nova and Parker’s story is beautiful, emotional and very steamy once they finally do it. A lot of angst, drama and some very spicy moments. Some great banter between the band members. Overall a great story with amazing narrators.

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  • 01-06-22

Fabulous.

Loved the book and have now had the best time listening to the audio. Nova and Oarker's long history is deftly woven into the present, revealing slowly, the issues that have brought the two of them to their current status. With Nova's friends and the rest of the band, who I just love, the cast is one which I totally enjoyed. Both Jason Clarke and Stephanie Rose are excellent, completely listenable narrators, who bring nuance and life to the words. 💖💖💖💖💖