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Strung Tight (The Road To Rocktoberfest Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : October 9, 2020
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 209 pages
- Publisher : Rock Gods, Inc. (October 9, 2020)
- File size : 4949 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- ASIN : B08HL9L5C6
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #19,007 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Sex, drugs and rock and roll are all in abundance in this book. This is the first in a series of seven and each written by a different author. Each book is a standalone but if rock and roll is your passion then so will this series.
The first band preparing for their trip to Rocktoberfest is Chaos, a band being mentored by Dagger Drummond of Black Ice. Dagger has taken an interest in making Chaos and their frontman, Harrison Fletcher (Fletch) a huge success and is laying out all the money necessary to do that. Dagger will get reimbursed when Chaos has their first gold record.
Fletch and his best friend (brother by choice) Mike started a band that grew into Chaos with the addition of two more musicians. The only thing standing in the way of their great success is Fletch’s extreme panic whenever in front of a huge group of people. His panic attack could shut down everything they are working for if that happens on the stage at Rocktoberfest. A dream and a nightmare face Fletch.
Fletch meets Dallas who works at setting up and taking down all the props and although Fletch has always assumed he was straight, meeting Dallas gets him to reconsider. Sex was never that important to him and afterwards never that satisfying but it would seem that it wasn’t sex it was gender. It is Dallas that is able to calm Fletch down when he is beginning to lose it but when the trip to Rocktoberfest starts Dallas is nowhere to be found.
When I began reading this book I was trying to get my head around all the drugs, drugs to calm down, drugs to sleep and sex, sex, sex. As I continued to read I realized that this book was probably close to reality and that the rock world is as Ms. Lister described so I had a whole new prospective on what was going on and realized that drugs, sex and rock and roll are alive and well in this book.
Fletcher is the lead singer of the band Chaos and they are about to make it big. Fletch meets Dallas one day as he works for the road crew. I love their first meeting. So sweet and laid back.
Anyway, as they spend time together they really enjoy each other’s company and Fletcher is feeling the pull toward Dallas and let’s just say, Dallas isn’t shy. I love how Fletcher went with his feeling but still thought things through and did so with one person I was so happy to see.
I loved that Ann wove Dagger into this story and how much we got to see of him and Ryan. They really made a perfect addition to the story.
I loved the rest of the guys of Chaos. I loved their friendship, their support of each other, their banter, and the fun they knew how to have.
What a ride to stardom these guys are having and hope to see the rest of the band in the future at some time.
I received this book free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. ~Amy's Bookshelf Reviews
Top reviews from other countries
Dallas is an ex-con trying to prove to his father that he has changed and is responsible enough to work as a roadie for his father's company.
When the two meet sparks fly and the "straight" Fletcher finds himself wanting to be with another man.
As both men tackle their demons, they might find together they are stronger.
This is a first-time gay relationship book, that is well worth reading. Thoroughly recommended.
Fletch has one little problem, intense stage fright, not good for someone who wanted to be a rockstar. He found the only thing that could calm him was a man named Dallas, one of their roadies.
Could Fletch start something with Dallas while still pursuing his plans to be a rockstar?
This first book in the Roctoberfest series is a great start and sets the stage for an explosive and energetic series about up and coming rock bands and the people who love and support them, no matter who they love.
I am definitely along for the ride.