There’s a new ROCK STAR in town!
DARE - A Rock Star Hero by S.L. Scott is LIVE!!
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Dare Marquis is a bad boy rock star with a body to match.
Devilish good looks.
A voice that commands attention.
A night with him and no strings attached is just what I need. But he makes it impossible to not want more when he runs his hand through his dark, wild hair and smiles. One he only shares with me.
Weatherly Beck is an angel with a body made for sin.
Drop dead gorgeous.
Too good for any guy from the east side.
Her life is planned out, so I don’t have a right to step in and mess up her future. But when I look into her sapphire blue eyes and taste the innocence on her lips, I know we’re meant to be more than a one-night stand.
I want her to take a chance on me, to take a chance on us. She may not be a damsel in distress, but I Dare her to let me be her Hero.
One thing I can always count on when reading S.L. Scott's Rockstars is falling in love with not only the main character, but the entire band - that hasn't changed. Dare captivated me from the first page til the last.
Dare introduces us to a new Austin Band, the Heroes, and brings us the story of Dare and Weatherly. Let me first say that I love how on point Scott always is when it comes to bringing to life band members. I don't know how she always brings such compelling guys to the group and makes me want to know everything about them from the start - but obviously the main focus of this story is Dare. And Weatherly.
I love how this story took the rockstar trope and spun it a bit to suit these characters, this isn't only a story about a rockstar - it's a story about Destiny and the people in our lives who bring us to the men and women we become. I loved the depth of both Dare and Weatherly's characters and how their story spanned more than just chemistry and connection and a blossoming love.
You know a book is great, when you are thinking about it's characters long after you've turned the last page and left their world. That's how I felt for hours after closing my kindle on these two, thinking of Dare and Weatherly, and wanting more from this group.