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Rock Gods, book 11

Facing the Music

It was sweet and dirty at the same time, and so full of promise, Cavalari was becoming desperate to hand himself over to Bronx to do as he pleased but he had no idea if he’d survive with his heart and job security intact.


He could smell the lemony citrus fragrance of Bronx’s skin wafting off the warm bend of his neck, felt the insane heat of his body nearly pressed against his, and it made Cavalari’s fingers itch to touch Bronx.


Bronx bared his teeth and tipped his head as if he was zeroing in on the flesh of Cavalari’s thickly corded neck. Cavalari’s body was already reacting—filling and hardening in all the right places with goosebumps popping up in others. All from the inevitable contact Bronx was about to make with his lips and tongue to Cavalari’s overheated skin but he was going to have to be the one to put on the brakes.

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Coming 11/15/2022

Gamble on Me

The Road to Rocktoberfest


Gamble on Me is part of the multi-author The Road to Rocktoberfest 2022 series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but why not read them all and see who hits the stage next? Hot rockstars and the men who love them, what more could you ask for? Kick back, load up your kindle and enjoy the men of Rocktoberfest!

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The Rock Gods are now available in #Boxsets
Grab your favorite #Rockstars now and enjoy the #Bonus content!

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Books 6-10


Music Between the Sheets

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Miss Lister does an exceptional job with her rockers. This is a fast paced read, that gave me just enough of a taste of Simon and Dakota that I can't wait for their full length novel. I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for it. This is a story of finding love when and where you least expect it and also second chances. Sometimes in life, we have to lose the thing we want the most before we realize that what we had been searching for was right in front of us all along.

                                                ` Natalie Weston (

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