Fall in love with the story of the love of a lifetime and the rocker JT and his beloved Kori. I cannot praise this book enough. Wish I had could have read the book all in one day. It's so emotionally riveting that it's a wrench to tear away from it, and it's hard to start again because you know you'll be on this crazy ride that will take you with it all the way. ~ Review (excerpt) by Nila, Goodreads
5 out of 5 stars - Scorching DEBUT novel! ~ Review (excerpt) by Andy on Amazon.co.uk
Stevie Kisner has created a story that fits in its own little genre. She mixes together the fantasy of the famous unattainable Rockstar, dreams that are a little too real with a paranormal quality, and themes like those in "Thoughtless". Cami, The Steamy Side Book Reviews
Wonderful writing that emcompasses all - the love, the passion, the sex... it's all there! ~ Review (excerpt) by Debbie O'neal, Goodreads
About the Author
This is not an easy bit to write. Mostly because I don't find myself a interesting subject. I've known me too long to be fascinated. But you haven't, so here goes: I fell in love with music early. According to my mother, I knew all the words to The Archie's 'Sugar Sugar' when I was two.If that gives you a clue to my age, so be it. I won't 'fess up, as my brain thinks it's twenty-six, and I don't want it to catch on that it's not. Reading followed shortly after that... my brother is two years older than I am (almost to the day) and I would sit next to him when he read. He let me because it was the only time I wasn't hitting him. I did it because I loved words (it's the fire-sign in me) and he would trace under the words with his finger as he read out loud. As he sounded out words, I did the same in my head, and after a few months, the wondrous world of all those funky symbols finally made sense. I took off with it, and never stopped. ('Aw, honey honey... you are my candy girl, and you've got me wanting you...') Sorry. Once the iPod in my head gets to playing, it doesn't shut off. And I mentioned a song, so it decided I needed to hear it. On repeat. Fast-forward to now: I live with my husband and grown son in a suburb of Albuquerque. How my son can be all grown up is beyond me. After all, I'm still twenty-six, right? A beautiful Golden Retriever own us, and thinks we live to give her turkey and throw balls endlessly. She's mostly right.