Texas is the daughter of the world’s biggest rock star, Mark Knight. Kitt is the lead singer in the hottest up-and-coming band, Filthy Sound.
Mark has mentored Filthy Sound from the beginning, seeing their potential, and now he’s supporting them on their first worldwide tour.
She’s off-limits. He can’t help himself.
I was so into this book, I loved the characters and the family feels the guys had when on tour.
The banter was great, I'm a bit gutted there are no other books with Cooper and Milo the other band members who bought humour to the plot.
About WITH THE BAND
Tex was Brought up by a famous rock-star single dad, Texas I felt was a little bratty at times and immature but putting that down to her age I tried to not let it bother me, although I did roll my eyes at some of her words and actions at times, the mother in me wanted to tell her to grow up too, I suppose it brought added drama and she did have her mature moments.
Tex has had the hots for Kitt for two years, they have known each other a while, and she has been secretly falling deeper for him and also feeling the hurt when she watches I'm go off with groupies, especially as his band get more famous.
Kitt also has the hots for Tex, they are close friends and when they all go on tour again together Kitt fights his feelings and doesn't want to take advantage of the man who has been his idol and mentor who is Tex's father and rock legend or cause problems on tour. Kitt and his band was the supporting act of Enigma but now Kitts band are the ones being supported by Tex's father's band this time around. Filthy Sound is making it big and although Tex is along supporting her father she is also along for the man she's growing to love.
Things start to get hard to avoid on tour especially the chemistry, sharing a bus and spending so much time together, Kitt and Tex are inevitable.
This is one of those stories were rock-star man-whore turns into adorable swoon-worthy bbf, I loved it.
I also loved that Natasha kept the Britishism if that's even a word. The guys were crude, rude and very British, like I said earlier, I loved them and wish this was a series, I would definitely follow it and with this book being a few years ago, no doubt there would be maturity in Natasha's writing style too.
I love a good rock-star read, man-whore, bad boy doing a one-eighty over a girl and this is definitely one of the good ones.
In summary, a bargain buy, a good rock-star and coming of age romance that I enjoyed.