Exposed (VIP #4) by Kristen Callihan is now live!
There are some people in life who know exactly how to push your buttons. For me, it’s Rye Peterson. We can’t spend more than ten minutes together before we’re at each other’s throats, which makes working together that much harder. Rye is the bassist for Kill John, the biggest rock band in the world, and I am his publicist. It doesn’t help that the man is gorgeous, funny, talented, and…never takes anything seriously. Avoidance is key.
But everything changes when he overhears something he shouldn’t: a confession made in a moment of weakness. Now the man I’ve tried so hard to ignore is offering me the greatest temptation of all—him.
Brenna James is the one. The one I can’t have. The one I can’t get out of my mind. Believe me, I’ve tried; the woman loathes me. I managed well enough—until I heard her say she’s as lonely as I am. That she needed to be touched, held, satisfied. And I could no longer deny the truth: I wanted to be the one to give her what she craved.
I convinced her that it would just be sex, mutual satisfaction with nothing deeper. But the moment I have her, she becomes my world. I’ve never given her a good reason to trust me before. Now, I’ve got to show Brenna that we’re so much better together than we ever were apart.
Things are going to get messy. But getting messy with Brenna is what I do best.
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We have met Rye, the band’s bassist, in previous books in this series but we are about to find out that we didn’t really know him at all. At times he has comes across as a judgmental arrogant womanizer but after he overhears Brenna’s conversation, he proves that he is not that person at all and the man we get to meet in this book is sure to make you swoon.
Brenna handles the PR for the band and has proven herself professionally however she knows she wants more from her personal life but isn’t sure how to get it. A conversation that Rye wasn’t supposed to hear starts an arrangement that neither was prepared for and with each moment they spend together the lines become more blurred as the parameters of their relationship are stretched.
There is no denying the chemistry between them whether they are bantering or in bed but seeing the sweet and sexy side of Rye match up with fiery and feisty was so much fun to watch and when you add in the other band members you know that you are in for a good time.
Kristen Callihan is an author because there’s nothing else she’d rather be. She has written New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestsellers. Her novels have garnered starred reviews from Publishers Weekly and Library Journal. Her debut book, Firelight, received RT Magazine’s Seal of Excellence and was named a best book of the year by Library Journal, Best Book of Spring 2012 by Publishers Weekly, and Best Romance Book of 2012 by ALA RUSA. When she’s not writing, she’s reading.
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