However, there’s just one problem, her secret boyfriend is far from amused. Radiating his disapproval about the dress throughout the night, John devises a secret plan to discuss why she chose such a revealing ensemble despite his feelings about her suggestive wardrobe selections and his wish that she make better ones in the future.
What happens next proves that if you must be frustrated at the person you love, it’s best to take it out on them in bed. Way more fun and far more productive than yelling, unless you are in ecstasy of course.
Throughout the night, John reveals his trepidation about their relationship, whom he is to Alex and the choice they are making about keeping their relationship a secret to protect her career and the tour.
Trepidation is a Novella in the Metal Prodigy Series and features chapters which were omitted from Resurrection – Book Two in the Metal Prodigy Series. For a more specific timeline, these six chapters feature the night in Berlin, Germany where the band attends the Echo Music Awards before chapter thirty.
This work can be read as a standalone, however for the full experience, the author recommends reading the first two books in the series, Redemption and Resurrection (Plug, plug, plug). Always wanting to keep her readers on their toes, fans of the Metal Prodigy Series will find some delightful surprises within this story, a few answers to lingering questions they’ve had and a jaw dropping chapter that even she can’t believe. That major ditty will be addressed in Book Three – Reconciliation due to hit e-readers everywhere, Spring of 2015 (Plug, plug, plug).
New Adult/Adult Contemporary Romance – Recommended for those 18 years of age and older due to graphic language and strong sexual situations.
J.S. Snow began her literary obsession at the tender age of eleven with the first voluntarily read book Dear God It’s Me Margaret by Judy Blum. Only a few years later her fascination with fictional offerings really took root as she stepped into the mind of one of her hero’s Stephen King through his work Christine.
Now that her fascination with fictional literature has firmly taken root, she is now seriously considering a twelve step program for her e-reader addiction, feeds her fascination of fiction with new literary offerings via her coveted e-reader, has a passion for dark chocolate, sweet tea and Heavy Metal music. She is the proud mother of a downright spectacular daughter (who was head banging in the belly) and lives with the belief that the mind where the imagination lives is a far more entertaining place than TV or movies ever will be.
J.S. Snow currently resides in Central Florida and has been in the administrative office field for twenty eight years.