There's no such thing as too much fun…
Incredibly, immeasurably, categorically false.
Try: It's all fun and games until someone ends up in the tabloids.
Kade Edenfield was rock royalty. If every rock god in history gathered for dinner, his seat would be at the head of the table. He was that good. His band was elevated to a level few ever reached, and he was having the time of his life.
Until one misstep too many landed him on the front page of every gossip rag around the globe, and the band's label decided to saddle them with a PR priss whose sole mission in life was to suck the fun right out of his.
He wanted her gone.
Until he realized he just plain wanted her.
Aubrey Taylor didn’t ask to be assigned to babysit a band full of troublemakers, but she wasn’t given a choice. Wanted or not, she intended to fix the mess they’d made. She’d do it quickly, efficiently, and then she’d get the hell out of there. Unfortunately, after meeting their openly hostile singer—the one with the notoriously menacing stare—it was clear she was in over her head. When Kade made a point to challenge her at every turn, unafraid of using intimidation to get her to back down, she found herself in even deeper trouble.
While she ‘officially’ resented and feared him, their power struggle secretly turned her on.
She desperately wanted to win their little standoff, but what was she supposed to do when she realized she wanted him even more?
I loved Kade, I knew I would love him
From the moment Kade made an appearance in Brant and Lauren's book in All the broken pieces he intrigued me the Rock-star with compassion, heart and humour but I wanted to see more and I definitely got more.
I love Rock-star romances with the notorious bad boy images they portray, the man-whoring ways and banter in the group and Chasing Kade hit all the right spots for me.
This isn't a story line I haven't read before where A PA is sent to go on tour with the band and monitor the image due to negative media attention so the plot isn't original but I absolutely love Anna's writing style and I loved the characters.
There's no heavy angst or drama no jealous crazy's lurking this is two people struggling with falling to deep to fast and trying to fight the attraction.
A steady paced read told in dual pov's with off the chart hot moments, I mean fan me down hot moments with a bit of twin-tastic mfm action thrown in.
I loved it and can't wait to get to know the rest of the band in future books.
Arc gratefully received by author for review purposes.
Chasing Kade, coming 3/17