Also by this author: You Really Got Me, Take Me Home Tonight
Series: Rock Star Romance #2
Also in this series: You Really Got Me, Take Me Home Tonight
Published by Berkley on July 7th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Forbidden Love, Opposites Attract, Player Falls in Love
Character(s): Bad Boys, Rockstars/Musicians, Tattooed & Pierced Bad Boys
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From the award-winning author of You Really Got Me comes the next romance in her red-hot Rock Star Romance series, about a rocker who lives for his music—and loves with all his heart.
Derek Valencia finally has the success he’s worked so hard for. His band is touring its debut album and great reviews are rolling in. But when pictures of him tossing naked groupies off a balcony go viral, it’s damage-control time. He’s assigned a “babysitter” whose sole job is to keep him out of trouble.
Violet Davis swore she’d never work in the music industry again, but being a minder for a rock star will earn her enough to pay off the mortgage on her wildflower farm. And for a girl brought up in the foster care system, owning her own home means more to her than anything.
Though at first the two bang heads, the rocker and the farm girl soon grow close and realize that they make sweet music together. But can a girl who craves the stability of life on a farm really make it work with a man whose life is spent on the road with his band?
Kassiah: This book was even better than the first one, and I loved that book so much. So I guess I give this one one thousand stars because holy god. I’m tongue tied after reading this.
So the band is finally getting somewhere, and Derek has a bad boy reputation–totally deserved, by the way. The label hires Violet to look after the band, and you know what’s going to happen next. It’s totally forbidden, for more reasons than just the whole non-fraternizing with the guy you’re supposed to be keeping out of trouble thing. They’re total opposites, and Violet has sworn off rock stars. It doesn’t take too long for Derek to wear her down.
This book is crazy hot and sometimes a little too angsty for this little wussperv’s heart. But it was all totally worth it. I loved these characters and the way they fell for each other. I loved the whole story, even with all of the drama. If you love rockstar romances where the characters actually change for the better, you really should check out I Want You to Want Me. It’s a thrilling ride for sure.