When Hailey crashes a Half-Life after party, she expects to find the bastard who knocked up her little sister. Instead she meets the sexy front-man who agrees to give her access to his crew if she gives him access to her body.
All Lock demands in return is three days of complete control over the Sunday School teacher. With a contract, because he’s been burned before. One misstep could send the band—and his tenuous sobriety—up in flames.
Hailey and Lock push each other’s limits… Against the penthouse window. Backstage. In the limo and on the elevator. But as the contract counts down, neither are ready for the party to end.
My Rating 2 martinis
Caution my review may contain slight spoilers. (Given free copy by author for my honest opinion.)
This novel could have been so much more.It started off great, but the character development was minimal and scenes were not well done and choppy at best.
Hailey is this responsible, mother-like character who is on a mission to find out who her little sister got pregnant by.
Now I had some major issues with the story line. It sounds like Hailey didn't try hard enough to get the truth from her sister plus she went about it in all the wrong ways.
So she tries to find out who impregnated her sister by offering herself up as a call girl? You would think a girl who had to play mother all her life would have a bit more sense. How is this realistic? There is no internal struggle with herself as well on accepting the offer that Lock gives her, she basically just says "Where do I sign?"
Then we find out who the real father is within the first few chapters, which took away from the allure and mystery that could have been. This kind of fell in the "okay" nook. If approached better, it could have been awesome.This book is pure smut, with no real literary awesomeness that made me want to finish it such as a dull story line and flat characters. There has to be a balance between them both. If you are looking for a fun read, this book is for you. If you are looking
for something with a bit more sustenance, I would recommend skipping past it.