The is the time of year that I start to really get my pleasure reading done. Nothing like knowing my son is out of school and knowing that the beach and/or pools is calling my name.
I have had Out of the Red for about seven (7) months now. And, I am happy to announce that I have finished it!!! This is a “new-to-me” author that I had the pleasure of meeting at this past TNTNYC Author event. I know she probably thought I forgot about her, but I didn’t!!! Just a lot of ARCs and BETA reads and life got in the way. But that being said, I am so glad I met Arell, because if I didn’t I would have never had the pleasure to meet Brax and Sara.
Brax is the typical Rockstar that saw fame way too young to really appreciate his wealth and what to do with it. Sara lived her life to the fullest but found comfort in numbers. When the badboy rocker and straight-laced accountant come together, they clash in all the best ways possible. She matures him, and he loosens her up. A perfect pair if you ask me. The summer is near and this book will make your hot days and nights even hotter. I cannot wait to read the rest of the Hunte Family Series.
Rockstar Braxton Hunte is the type of chaos that makes your soul burn…
Brax has been on tour for a decade, and some may say he swallows obstacles for fun. Well, maybe he does—he’s never encountered a riff he couldn’t handle, a treasure he couldn’t score, or a woman he couldn’t conquer. No one, especially not a buttoned-down rule-follower like the band’s new tour accountant, is going to change him.
Accountant Sara Anderson is an unabashed stickler for the rules…
Sara’s worked nine long years to make partner, and only one thing stands between her and her goal—Hunte. Now she’s going on their tour to whip the band into financial shape. So long as she gets them out of the red, the promotion will be hers. Those bad boys of rock will be tamed, no matter how yummy their lead singer is.
When rebellion confronts discipline, fireworks explode.
Passions collide, and lives are permanently altered, in this enemies-to-lovers, slow burn standalone romance set in the mid-1990s—when grunge ruled the airwaves and women partners were as uncommon as those new mobile phones.