4 Big guy stars
Listened to this on Audio and it was good, the characters suited the narrators voices there was bits of music between chapters it was really good.
Both Deacon and Harper are both mature characters. Despite this being a rockstar read Deacon is sensible and definitely not a manwhore like his other band mates he falls heart first for Harper, he just has to prove he's not like the rest.
Harper is a catering chef with the touring bands and grew up with groupie parents, she's seen how rockstars are and the last person she would ever see her self falling for is said rockstar.
It's a great read with likeable characters, hot,humerous,fun and looking like a fab series to follow.
Will read more from this series.
Music saved him, but now it's keeping him from the only woman he craves...
Brawny bassist Deacon McCoy pulled himself up from nothing and is living the dream now that his band Oblivion is opening for his idols on their first tour. He's frustrated at changes in the band's management, but one thing takes all the tension away—his fascination with the deliciously cute tour chef, Harper Pruitt.
Born to roadie parents, Harper has had no patience for most rockstars’ love 'em and leave 'em ways. But when it comes to falling into Demon Deacon's bed—or against the wall, or on the golf course in a rainstorm—she doesn't seem to have any self-control.
Hot nights with a naughty, inventive rockstar are one thing, but more isn't on the playlist. Until Deacon's dream with his best friends starts turning into a nightmare, and Harper begins to see the real man behind the façade.
Except Harper has her own dreams to chase, even if what she’s started with Deacon might be the most important one of all.
**This book is a standalone title in the Lost in Oblivion series.**