Play Me by Daisy Allen


Things every woman should inherently know: Don’t Fall In Love With A ROCKSTAR.
Things every Rockstar should remember without fail: Don’t Fall in Love With A Woman Who Loves Her Privacy.
But sometimes we need to learn things the hard way.

I’ve done everything right when it comes to gathering emotional baggage and living a hermit lifestyle.
Have break up to end all break ups: check!
Vigorously avoid all men for 8 years: check!
Meet sexiest rock star alive…hate him on sight: check! …or so I thought.
I want to hate him, but there’s something about Sebastian that is just impossible to resist. Not that I haven’t tried. But try being on the receiving end of those bottomless jade green eyes, knowing its attached to that ripped body, I’d like to see how long you’d hold out. He’s special. And something about him makes me want to tear down all my walls. It could be how he knows his way around the stage, my bed and my body, or the irresistible offer that he’s making that could change my life forever.
But it would mean letting go of a past that just won’t let ME go.

Seriously, lusting after a woman who’s sworn off men? I should know better.
But I can’t help it. I can feel it in my heart, my music, my coc-, er, my body, that she’s special. That smart and sexy brunette, who understands me more than I do myself.
I just have to get her to admit that she feels the same. And I will do whatever it takes.
Money and fame is nothing if I can’t use it to get what I want.
And I want her.
In my arms, in my bed, in my life.
Ironically, my fame’s the one thing she doesn’t want, and the world isn’t letting her forget it.

So what happens when Sebastian’s burning desire for Cadence clashes with her crippling fear of scrutiny?
Find out in this hot and steamy Rockstar romance – Book One in the Rock Chamber Boys series.
**Each book can stand alone and are HEA endings with no cliff hangers or cheating**

The author's writing style paints such a vivid picture that you feel like you are there listening to the slide of the bow across the cello. The emotions and feelings are so descriptive that it's almost like the scene is unfolding right before you. The characters are amazing and they pull you in from the first page and won't let go until they have shared their story with you. I have fallen for the men of Rock Chamber Boys and can't wait to read more. I highly recommend you pick up this brilliantly emotional must read book! – Maria Hunt