ACK - this series! I think every book gets better and better. I loved Calix and Mimi in TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT. I can't wait for you to read it. Check out my review and the excerpt. Don't forget to enter the giveaway!
Take Me Home Tonight (Rock Star Romance #3), by Erika Kelly
Publish Date: April 5, 2016
Publisher: Berkley Romance
Format: ARC, provided by the publisher
Genre: adult contemporary romance
To Buy: Amazon | Barnes & Noble
Rating: 5 STARS
(Synopsis) Calix Bourbon might seem like a free spirit, but that’s all a front. In reality he’s just trying to keep his fractured family together while working as a session musician. When Blue Fire hires him to replace their keyboardist, Calix is determined to make the most of the opportunity—but he can’t help being distracted by the band’s sexy personal chef.
Mimi’s temporary gig is great, but she has her heart set on auditioning for a televised cooking show. There’s just one problem: she only has a week to acquire the skills necessary to survive the competition. Luckily, the band’s new keyboard player can teach her exactly what she needs, in the kitchen and in the bedroom...
He didn’t see Mimi but figured she’d be watching Chopped or doing research on her computer. Whatever. He wasn’t about to look for her upstairs, so he’d just head outside. Walk down to the beach, while the guys ate breakfast.
The moment he turned, he saw her.
On the covered porch, the early morning sun tipped its light onto her, turning her russet hair a fiery mix of golds, reds, and light browns. She usually wore her hair straight and sleek. This morning it tumbled around her in a bounty of curls.
Huddled over the table, she focused on her project. Wearing a long-sleeve T-shirt and pajama pants, face free of make-up, she looked like an ethereal creature, and it made him want things he couldn’t have.
The sound of his boots on the hardwood floor should’ve snagged her attention, but her intense concentration never broke.
Leaning against the doorway, he watched her use tweezers to carefully place a tiny yellow petal in a pulpy mess of crap covering a screen. The frame of the screen was set over a pan of more of the pulpy stuff immersed in water. Around the room drying racks held sheets of paper the size of notecards. He leaned further in to get a better look and discovered she’d made scenes out of the delicate and colorful petals.
“This is beautiful.” His voice cracked the silence, and she jolted.
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