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- Publication Date: July 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072MHWVZC
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,023 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Come Back (Rock Savage Book 1) Kindle Edition
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manufactured garbage of his past. He is still perceived as a bad boy in the press, but when a photographer is assigned to help create his new image, he still wants to be bad, with her. Alice agrees to photograph Ash for one week if it means her next assignment is going on a month long tour with her crush rocker Kit Malloy. Ash is nothing Alice expected. I really liked Ash and Alice did grow on me, their relationship while fast did have a ring of truth to it. The star with the expectations and the photographer trying to be realistic. I hope Candy J Starr doesn't make them suffer too much for their HEA. Tune in July 28th
Asher Savage never wanted to be a musician. He just wanted to be a regular kid doing normal kid things. His mother's aspirations though pushed him towards stardom, put him in adult situations, and sold his body and soul for fame he soon came to resent. Years of living up to all the negative press has labeled him an arrogant, drunken, man-whore who walked away from his band in a diva-esque move. Tired of living a life not his own he's now ready to start over, from his music to his image, to be seen as less of a joke and more as a real musician. The moment readers meet Savage he's definitely still living up to his diva persona. He's overly self-assured and hides behind a manufactured facade relying on his sexiness instead of substance. His interactions with women, due to past heartache and betrayal, are of the one-night variety which perpetuates his arrogance in getting what he wants. The moment he meets Alice though his life is turned upside down as she challenges and questions him every step of the way. Being around her makes him feel safe in letting down his walls, has him willing to do whatever it takes to keep her in his life beyond the week her job slated, as he likes the man he's become in her presence. He may have started out a bit of a douche, but by story's end I found myself captivated by the man behind the image and curious to see if he and Alice can find HEA over the long distances.
Alice Cain's always wanted to be a photographer and has finally made a name for herself in the music world for only working with true musicians. She's serious about her career and is resentful at first having to work with Savage, but by doing so she'll get to work with a musician she's always been impressed by. Though her week with Savage starts out rocky he soon starts charming her with glimpses of the man behind the facade. His flirting starts out playful but his sensuality soon has her jumping him whenever she can in scorching encounters that start to take over the story. As their week comes to an end his need to keep her close puts her job in jeopardy just as she discovers once again that a person's reputation doesn't define them in an ending that will leave readers frustrated. Alice is a strong-willed woman who enjoys pushing Savage's buttons. She discounts his talents early on but the time they spend together has her seeing a man full of heart and soul. Just when she gets what she thinks she wants she'll realize the good thing she left behind in an ending that leaves readers counting down the days until the next installment.
This was a quick read full of erotic encounters and misjudgments. Savage hates all those who carry cameras as invasive parasites while Alice only wants to work with REAL musicians. Once they get to know one another though the story heats up as readers get to enjoy a sweet and sensual romance full of witty banter. Theirs is a crackling connection, a sexy tug of war, that kept me invested in them and frustrated by the unnecessary cliffhanger. I enjoyed Savages' evolution, getting to see his heartbreaking background courtesy of his mother's greed, and wish as much time had been spent on Alice. Her character's appealing but not too distinctive which made me appreciate the colorful and complex Savage all the more. From start to finish I found this an entertaining read that didn't need to end with a cliffhanger, and though this frustrated me it won't stop me from gobbling up the next installment once it releases!
Asher Savage - just Savage. Was once in a famous Boy Band and now but now he is making a comeback, some are happy with it and others are not. Is there any surprise that he is also a playboy? He thinks he can get any woman he wants and barely has to raise his eyebrows for them to come crawling. So with all of that and the paparazzi begging and pushing for a scandal will he be able to pull it off before his new album releases ? This guy has one heck of a reputation to unfold and air out, which means freelance photographer Alice has her work cut out for her.
Alice - not a paparazzi has no choice but to work with Savage in his big come back. In order to go on tour with the type of genre and musician she likes, she has to cover a story on Savage. Not only does she not like his style or type of music, but she also has no room for his womanizing ways. It's only a week, right? What's the worst that can happen, other than having to be his babysitter. Or at least she thought.
As hours go on, Alice starts to warm up to Savage. Not that she would tell him that. There is a constant sexual tension throughout the book and the enemies banter turned lovers is one I was highly liking myself. The more these two work together, she sees a different side to his public persona, and he sees more than just her female rack.
Not knowing there was going to be a cliffhanger I still enjoyed this book. But be warned there is that cliffhanger dangling there at the end. It's a doozie. This book is full of surprises and it's without a doubt hot and even funny. I enjoyed watching these two break out of their shell and learn together. As well as watching them became infatuated with one another. I look forward to the next installment in this series!!
I really wanted to hate Asher, but of course (with no surprise) the author drew me in and made my fall and swoon for him. His jerk ways and crude thoughts turned into smooth sweet talking and it had me on my bed, kicking my feet in the air with hearts in my eyes. Gah I love me a bad boy rock star turned good... Although maybe he was good all along. Darn Paparazzi. This is why I don't believe everything I hear on TMZ.
All and all I loved watching these two get to know each other,. From their first meeting I knew these two were going to entertain me. I enjoyed their banters and laughed at them both trying to hold back their sexual ways. Plus it watching them open up themselves to each other and how their enemy ways grew to love were very well written. Alice was looking for a paycheck and an in to meet her rock idol. Savage was looking for an easy lay and a good refreshed public image for his new album. Imagine their surprise when love unexpectedly rears its head <3
Even with the cliffhanger - which is a my bad that I didn't notice the book 1 part. I still rated this a 5 star read. I am anxiously waiting and will not be stalking the author at all in waiting for book 2 to be released or an ARC opportunity! Well, maybe.
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