And Will has no one to blame but himself.
Then he meets Haylee Hunt, the lead singer of Ransom’s opening band. And just like in the best love songs, everything changes. With Haylee, Lennon doesn’t have to feel so afraid all the time. The guilt that haunts him seems to fade, just a little. Because Haylee, somehow, seems to understand exactly how it feels to be broken.
But the hazy memories refuse to fade away. The nightmares are getting clearer. And even Haylee won’t be able to help him when the past finally crashes back into his life.
Daisy Harris has no reason to suspect that her day will be any different than usual. She’ll get through it the way she always does—alone. She won’t speak or make eye contact. She’ll do her best to go completely unnoticed. That’s what life is like for Daisy now—an endless cycle of loneliness and fear. A life lived hiding behind the walls she so faithfully maintains.
Then she sees it. A magazine, left behind on a table. A simple picture—just his face. And it changes everything.
It’s been a year since she’s seen Daltrey Ransome. A year since he and his brothers left town to pursue their dreams of rock and roll superstardom. A year since he left Daisy behind—left her to watch as everything she knew crumbled around her. She’s been running from Daltrey ever since, desperate to keep her secret.
But she can’t run anymore. And now that Daltrey has found her—the girl he’s loved his entire life, the girl he’d give up everything for—he’s determined never to let her go again.
Reed Ransome is ready for a break. For once he’s going to relax, to have some fun. To stop worrying about his brothers and their band and the pressures that come with being a rock and roll superstar.
Paige Brennen is a firm believer in finding fun in unexpected places. If her past has taught her anything, it’s that life is too short to waste time being unhappy.
Their one night in Mexico is supposed to be just that—one night. A bit of fun, nothing more, before the drudgery and hard work of a cross-country tour sets in. They both have far too much riding on this opportunity to take any chances. And starting a relationship now would mean taking a pretty big chance.
Neither of them ever expected their fling to last longer than that one night. Never expected it to turn into something…more.
Maybe even something worth risking everything for.
Cash Ransome is a rock star with a bad reputation.
When his hard partying lifestyle finally catches up with him, his brothers and band-mates convince him it’s time to get out of the spotlight. A few weeks in the middle of nowhere sounds like the worst kind of punishment to Cash—until he meets Sam.
Samantha Warner is looking for something to distract her from the complications of her messy life.
When Cash Ransome shows up at her favorite bar, she figures she’s hit the jackpot. His reputation proceeds him, and Cash’s no-strings-attached lifestyle is just what Sam is looking for.
Spending time with Sam has Cash confused—if they’re just supposed to be friends, why can’t he stop thinking about her? And if he’s not made for commitment, why is he dreading the day he has to walk away?
Plus, she’s engaged to a great guy. Even if Paul doesn’t quite get along with her loving family or her wonderful friends. Even if he spends a lot more time at work than on her beloved island. No relationship is perfect, right?
And then Posey bumps into Isaac Chase and suddenly she’s feeling uncertain about her perfectly happy life. Isaac is everything Posey is not—flirty, adventurous, brave, and never settled in one place. He’s also insanely hot.
And he just so happens to be her fiancé’s best friend.
Willa Nathans has never fit in. Sent to a special school for the “exceedingly gifted” as a child, she spends most of her time buried in books and equations—which doesn’t exactly leave much room for a social life. But all of that ends now. Lance Foster has been her crush for years and Willa is determined, finally, to show him just how much she’s changed.
There’s just one problem—Lance is her brother’s best friend and band mate. And if there’s one thing Lance knows, it’s that Willa is strictly off limits. No matter how difficult he might find it to stop thinking about her.
When Lance’s ex shows up, kid in tow, he realizes that hiding his feelings for Willa from her brother is the least of his worries. Lance is good at one thing—rock and roll. How on earth is he supposed to take care of a kid? When Willa agrees to step in and help out, he knows she’s saving his ass.
What he doesn’t count on is how much more complicated things can get when those pesky hidden feelings refuse to disappear…