This is the fourth in the Jaded Regret rock band series, and for me, this book needed to pull some heavy weight to make up for the last. Natalie, the band’s manager, always had a thing for Tanner, the bassist. She was crazy about the guy for years, and he was about her, but in book three he went and got his HEA somewhere else. I was not a happy plot bunny.
But I was intrigued to know which way Natalie’s romantic life was going to weave. We know the woman has issues, her brother Beau (who I love to death. TO DEATH. Read book two, Snared, to meet poor tortured him) and she were in foster care and had some awful experiences, so whoever was in the frame needed to be man enough to see past her evasions and persist, persist, persist. [Read more…]