He was the bad boy of rock-n-roll; cocky, short-tempered, and the sexiest man I’d ever seen. I was just a librarian in a small town. He had no clue who I was, but I knew everything about him. After all, he was the reason I moved across the country.
I never thought he’d know my name, let alone whisper it while he held me tight and made me forget about the agony of my past. He was my protector, my reason, my calm before the storm… but nothing good lasts forever, and Gabriel Hunter was no exception.
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Brilliant! I absolutely adored Gabe and Cady's story.
Hot rock god falls for shy librarian.
I loved it, Cady's father was also a rock legend before he died, the backstory of Cady is heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time. Cady is a young woman who has had more than enough tragedy in her life with no family left following the death of her father she is put into the care of her creepy step-brother. Cady remembers Gabriel from when she lived at home with her father and in an attempt to flee her step-brother he is the first person who comes into her mind when she thinks of a home and safety, she feels a connection to him somehow due to her father once being his mentor and so she moves to the same city.
Cady and Gabes story is one of fate. Gabe is absolutely swoon-worthy with Cady, he falls hard and its definitely love at first sight for him. Gabe knows she is nothing like the groupies he has used for years and treats her with respect and with care * swoons again
Of course, there is added drama and angst and the author did a brilliant job of balancing the whole thing out as well as the occasional scorching hot scenes. I cannot wait for the next book, I could not turn the pages fast enough.
A definite recommended Rock star romance read. Told in first person dual pov and leads to an abrupt hea but I am hoping to see more of these two in the next book. Gabrielle can be read as a standalone but is the 2nd book in a series, there are no spoilers to the previous book.