Harper is a chef that travels on tour with rock bands. She’s young, but a little jaded, because she’s been in the business of being on the road since she was a child. She’s turned down many opportunities for sex with rockstars, but she breaks all her rules and hops in bed with Deacon. He’s 6 foot 5 in and is done sowing his wild oats. He only wants one woman now. Living on tour leads to interesting opportunities for Harper and Deacon to steal incredibly hot moments together. One that leaves Deacon giving Harper the nickname, Lawless. It even inspires the other band member to change the lyrics of Summer of Sixty-Nine to “Back when we were doing sixty-nine in the bunk.” Inevitably their respective careers will lead them in different directions and be separated for long periods of time. He’s in love with Harper and has forever in eyes, but will their connection and the number of orgasms he can incite from Harper enough to get past her jaded view of rockstars?
This is a great rock star romance book. I’m so happy to get hooked on a new series.