Release Day: Addicted to Rhapsody!

For four years now I’ve written rock stars. It started with the Lush series about four guys in a band, best friends from childhood, and the consequences when one of them betrayed another. It was so popular that I did a spin-off series, Rhapsody. There are five members of this band, a different type of group, different issues, even more problems. And today, I’m releasing the fourth of five books in the Rhapsody series. The final book, a novella, will also be the final rock star book for me (at least in the foreseeable future). I have so many other ideas I want to play with, the rock stars are going to have to entertain themselves for a while 😉

Here’s all about ADDICTED TO RHAPSODY!

Guilt is the hardest habit to kick.

Garrett Jakes is the sexy and sex-addicted lead singer of Rhapsody. Now in recovery, he’s trying to clean up his act and atone for his mistakes. The only problem is he can’t stop the guilt he feels whenever he looks at his friend Savvy. They have history, and he’s not sure if he’s helping or hurting when he tries to become a bigger part of her life.

 Savvy Scott is a widow and a mom at twenty-eight. She watched as her husband was murdered while trying to protect her. Now she’s struggling to keep her husband’s business and his memory alive, and Garrett wants to help. The only problem is she can’t stop the guilt she feels whenever she looks at him. Their history is one that haunts her, and she’s not sure that’s something she can ever get past.

 As Savvy and Garrett struggle to overcome their demons, they must also face the one thing neither of them can ever take back. Will they learn how to honor and forgive, but also love and let go? Can something that started all wrong end up right? Or will guilt be a habit they simply can’t kick?

 

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