Tired of bickering, Rick wanders away from recording looking for a good time only to find Tara who just wanted to warm up on the beach, but Rick offered something so much hotter.
Angie needed a job, which was the only reason she agreed to pretend to be Alan's girlfriend to keep him on the wagon for the tour so he can get his kids back. All was going according to plan until she fell in love.
Gian could not believe when the new wardrobe woman didn't want anything to do with him. He kept after her until he got what he wanted. But by that time he wanted forever.
Jenny loved Trent, but he was a controlling—jerk. Now that she has a daughter, she needs to be stronger for her child. Trent is going to have to learn to be Mr. Nice Guy if he wants Jenny and his daughter in his life. And everybody is betting against him.
Protecting Lucy — Lucy returns to Weaver's Circle to the pilot for a travel show she hopes to rebuild her career with after being kidnapped in Thailand. What she doesn't realize is that home can be just as dangerous as foreign shores.
Rescuing Jack — The town vet wants to become a full-fledged citizen of the town, but she also doesn't want her secret to get out. When Will Perkins adopts a puppy, it's only a matter of time.
Celebrating Flora — Wally left town years ago and has traveled the world working for rock bands. Now he's coming home for the holidays with a spoiled starlet in tow. He's only supposed to keep her out of the limelight until the heat from her latest disaster blows over, but there's more to her than anyone realizes until she'd out of the glow.
The life Jami always wanted isn't what she thought it was. So she's on vacation at the Aloha Spa deciding whether to commit to her career or change.
Mak loved his life in New York, but ohana required Mak return home to care for his recovering alcoholic father. Mak isn't happy with the life he has now because it isn't what he thought he wanted. Unless what he really wants comes to him.
When Danni Callahan inherits the Arden Lumberjacks she knows it won't be fun. Not only is the team terrible, she'd rather focus on her Haitian orphanage. But she promised her grandfather that she wouldn't sell the team. Then Joe Hoagland shows up. As a teen, she'd nursed a tremendous crush on the star player that he never seemed to notice. Twenty years later, he was back and he'd noticed.
Hoagy had built a sports social media empire after he retired from pro ball. Owning a team would be the icing on a fantastic career. No way did Danni want to be stuck with them. All he needed to do was keep close to her and bide his time until she realized she wanted to sell. Staying close was no hardship. In fact, it might be better than owning a professional football team.
Tara Feingold just wanted to warm up on the Brazilian beach and when she meets Rick Lincoln, bassist for SendDown, things get very hot indeed. Especially when he gets serious and the other members of his band decide they need to scare her away with debauchery. Will Rick still love her when he finds out she's not the wild woman she was in Brazil?
VICTIM OF LOVE is the first book in the Rock And Roll State Of Mind series. If you enjoy wrenching conflict and characters who are struggling with change, then you'll love this heart warming story.
Rock And Roll State Of Mind series in order:
VICTIM OF LOVE
SEND ME AN ANGEL
A GIFT TO BE SIMPLE
BABY COME BACK
Sonny Black was the star quarterback in high school who couldn't possibly be in love with the geekiest girl in school, Mandy Daws. He'd been seeing her under the guise of chemistry tutoring, but when his buddies found out there was a little more going on, he lied and said she was a slut, wrecking her life and earning her enduring hatred.
Eleven years later, Sonny is the star quarterback headed for the Super Bowl despite amazing bad luck that has earned him the nickname Sonny Black Cloud. When someone mentions that the bad luck must stem from someone he failed in the past, the first name that comes to mind is Mandy's. He tracks her down at the small university where she teaches chemistry and tries to seduce, beg or win her forgiveness, and he needs it before the Super Bowl.
Warning: Ill mannered puppies, lethal vegetables, and unwanted fame
After she catches her fiance in bed with another woman, Colleen Duncan accepts a job that takes her across the country where chance finds her with two boyfriends, police officer Nick O’Brien and paramedic, Paul Luis. She likes them both, but before she can decide her ex arrives in town and begins stalking her. As other factors ramp up her stress, she goes looking for ways to relax and finds drugs. When a confrontation between Nick and her ex leads the ex to commit suicide, Colleen plunges into her addiction.
Then she finds out how difficult recovery can be.
Flora Mason could be a super star, unless she wrecks her own career. For her latest stunt, she went on national television to promote her blockbuster Christmas movie and instead announced that Christmas is a sham. But it is really that she has something against Christmas or is something else ruining her Christmas spirit?
Warning: Family guilt, spirited actresses, and bad press
Taylor Elgin was a child star, but keeping her career as an adult is frustrating. Now executives want to cut her part unless she garners more audience appeal. Her producer has a perfect plan. Match her character up with a fan favorite played by hot guy and terrible actor Ryan Asher. It would be easier to just quit…
Ryan had a crush on Taylor when he was a kid and is thrilled to be partnered with her now. But does a guy carrying the scars of an abusive childhood deserve America’s Little Girl? And then to learn she never wanted to work with him in the first place? There’s no reason to even try…
Fifteen years ago, Elaine fell in love with Johnny McMannus, the local bad boy. He was nineteen and she was jailbait. To keep them both out of trouble, Johnny left town.
But years later his father's heart attack brings him back to run the family garage. Hoping to reconnect with Elaine, Johnny has to first fix the mess his parent's alcoholism has made of things. Before Johnny can deserve Elaine, he has to salvage his family's reputation, save their home, and rescue the business.
Too bad Elaine doesn't want to be deserved. She wants to be loved. She never got over Johnny and she's done sneaking around with him as they had before. If he can't love her in public, to her way of thinking he doesn't love her enough.