Leather and lace don’t strike sparks. Or do they?
It’s Valentine’s Day, but Macy Rodgers isn’t feeling the love. Aside from a torrid, one-night fling in a backseat a few months back, her love life has been sorely lacking, but fortunately she has devious friends who feel like playing Cupid. Wouldn’t they be shocked to learn that the match they’ve made for her is the same one that steamed up the back of that ’69 GTO…
Seth “Ghost” Warren has just returned to town after an extended absence. Between his grandmother’s failing health, his job as a tattoo artist, his band’s gigs, and a crazy ex that won’t leave him alone, he’s stretched thin. Cautious cowgirl Macy is the last thing he needs thrown into the mix.
She’s all country, he’s all heavy metal—and Macy knows that if anyone can propel her out of her rut, it’s Seth. But when their worlds collide, it’s anyone guess if they’ll survive with their hearts intact.
Warning: Contains explicit sex, graphic language, road trips, troublemaking exes, emotional baggage, and an unconventional but exceptionally hot hero tatted and pierced for your pleasure…
If you haven’t read Rock You you will probably be a little confused over who Macy and Ghost are, but this can be read as a standalone, like Rock You and Unleashed.
It’s a year later and Candace and Brian are going strong, their friend Sam has her own boyfriend, and poor Macy is all alone and single on Valentine’s day. It’s also been one year since she’s had sex and that was a one-night stand with Ghost in the backseat of his car but unfortunately for Macy, her friends have played cupid by throwing Ghost in the mix, but they would be so surprised to find out she has already been with him.
Seth or Ghost to his friends has just returned to town after staying to look after his ill grandmother after an extended absence. Between his job at the tattoo parlour, his psycho ex-girlfriend and his band’s gigs, adding Macy into the mix is the last thing he needs but he hasn’t stopped thinking about her since their night of passion and Macy, although she’s adamant they have nothing in common, is highly attracted to him as well.
Despite having all things different; different music tastes, different lives and different views on tattoo’s and piercings, they seem to both be in a rut, and wary of getting into relationships from past ones, even though they both want to find their forever person.
This starts off the bloody hot scenes between them, and you don’t have to wait long, only a few pages in. The sex scenes, which were a lot, totally got to me, especially the phone sex, because that was hot and the kitchen sex. And it’s great to know where his piercings are too, much the same as where Brian’s, which is oh my god! I need to find me one of these tattooed, pierced guys somewhere.
Anyway, it was really nice to read the continuation of Candace and Brian in this book too, as you got to delve more into their love story too. Although they did have some problems during the book, they weren’t necessarily massive in proportion to Rock Me, but it was to do with Candace’s future more than anything.
There is drama within this book, much to do with crazy ex’s on both sides which breaks up everything they have built, but Seth is determined to get it back and fix it, but in the end it’s Macy who fixes everything between them because Seth, as much as he wants to, lets her have her space and time to decide what she wants to do.
This book and Rock Me were definitely my favourites and it’s hard to just choose one over the other. I loved both the stories, how two rich ‘bitches’ fall in love with tattooed ‘hard’ guys, who both have exceptionally hot, delicious sex which anyone would want.
You will fall in love with Brian and Ghost, I guarantee and you will totally want your own tattooed, pierced hunk of a guy to sweep you off your feet with amazing sex.