“Tara Leigh has written her best Nothing But Trouble Book with Rock Rebel.”
~Musings of the Modern Belle
He’s a rock star with a secret, she’s a pop princess with a painful past – can their forbidden romance survive, or will their lies destroy them both?
I’ve earned my bad reputation.
A few years ago, I was New York City’s hottest classical music prodigy. But I wanted something else, something more. So I chased my real dream, and now… I’m rock royalty. Dax Hughes, lead guitarist of Nothing but Trouble. But to my family and former Juilliard classmates, I’m an outcast. A misfit. A rebel.
They’re not entirely wrong. I don’t give a damn what other people think, and I’m all for breaking the rules… except when it comes to our new opening act, Verity Moore.
Rock gods don’t tour with pop princesses.
It’s not personal. Actually, under that fallen diva reputation, Verity’s incredibly talented. And her fiery redheaded personality is… intriguing. But I’m convinced the skeletons in Verity’s closet are as scandalous as my own, and when we’re not sparring, she has a way of drawing out all those secrets I’m determined to keep hidden.
Yeah. Verity Moore is definitely off-limits . . .
But since when do I give a damn about the rules?
Tara Leigh is a multi-published author of steamy contemporary romance. A former banker on Wall Street, she graduated from Washington University and holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, but she much prefers spending her days with fictional boyfriends than analyzing financial spreadsheets. Tara currently lives in Fairfield County, Connecticut with her husband, children, and fur-baby, Pixie. She is represented by Jessica Alvarez, of Bookends Literary Agency.
Verity was the star of a music show until it ended three years later. She used that opportunity to try and distance herself from her controlling manager Mom which led to some actions that didn’t enhance her reputation. She has been given the opportunity to open up for the rock band Nothing But Trouble and she is not about to let anything destroy her chance and that includes getting involved with the lead guitarist.
Dax was about to become the next classical music phenom until a broken heart led him to choosing a different path playing rock music with Nothing But Trouble. He is not about to trust anyone with his heart but especially not another musician.
The chemistry between them is off the charts and they both have their reasons for not getting involved but apparently their bodies or their hearts didn’t get the memo. Not only do they have concerns about the effect this could have on their careers but both are damaged by their pasts and they must decide if they are willing to take the chance and open up their hearts.
Full of emotion and twists Verity and Dax’s story is something you don’t want to miss.