Keep Rage together at all costs…
Powerhouse PA Dimity Graham is off her game. Her career is everything to her and she never lets anything personal mess that up. So how can she explain getting busy between the sheets with Rage’s nice-guy drummer Seth Curran? She’s supposed to be keeping this band out of trouble, not getting into it.
But before she can put everything back where it belongs, Seth needs her help.
Faking a relationship seemed like a good idea that night, right before they fell into bed together. But standing on New Zealand soil, facing the people he disappointed to pursue his dream, Seth doubts he and Dimity will convince anyone they’re hot and crazy for each other. To his surprise, Dimity is working her magic on everyone and they’re all convinced this is the real deal. The problem is, he’s almost convinced, too.
Loving this series!
Seth and Dimity are an awesome couple. Seriously, I loved these two to pieces. Whether they were drowning their sorrows together, hatching a half-baked (see the previous drowning–these two list items are closely related) plot together, in a fake relationship, in an f-buddies relationship, or back to being angst-y, pining-after-each-other-and-suffering-in-silence “just” friends, they are absolutely perfect together. I loved them from start to finish.
And OMG, what a finish. Go, Seth! 🙂
Fall is book two in the series (after book one,
) and in it the band members of Rage are still trying to figure out their future. With this in mind, it really makes sense to read book one first–their backstory is pretty significant for what’s happening in this one. (Plus, book one was fantastic. Reading these two back-to-back would be a win-win, trust me.) And the next story in the series is a novella in the
You Had Me at Christmas
anthology (“Play”)–Jared and Kayla’s story–and I already bought it on sale! Yesssss!
Now all we need is an HEA for Moss…subtle, subtle, hint… 😉
Rating: 4 1/2 stars / A-
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.