Rock Fiction Coveting: the Black Phoenix Series by Sarah Grimm

Posted: July 3, 2015 in Rock Fiction Coveting
Tags: , , , ,

Jett-300x300

I’m hoping there’s more to this series than two books ’cause both sound good, if sorta familiar. Here’s the description for book one, After Midnight:

Thirteen years — that’s how long Isabeau Montgomery has been living a lie. After an automobile accident took her mother’s life, Izzy hid herself away, surviving the only way she knew how. Now she is happy in her carefully reconstructed life. That is until he walks through the door of her bar…

Black Phoenix singer/front man Noah Clark came to Long Island City with a goal — one that doesn’t include an instant, electric attraction to the dark-haired beauty behind the bar. Coaxing her into his bed won’t be easy, but he can’t get her pale, haunted eyes nor her skill on the piano out of his head.

Can Noah help Isabeau overcome the past? Or will her need to protect her secret force her back into hiding and destroy their chance at happiness?

Okay, so we’ve got some insta-lust here, maybe. But there’s also hints that this one goes deep. Lots of character building.

And here’s the second book, Midnight Heat:

The unconscious man wheeled into Dr. Rebecca Dahlman’s ER is sexy-devilishly sexy-and injured. This isn’t just any patient in need of medical help. He is the only man she’s ever loved-the one who still haunts her dreams.

Black Phoenix bassist Dominic Price made a mistake three years ago when he walked out on Rebecca. A mistake he plans to rectify. But first he has to convince her to open her heart to him again. One touch of his calloused hands reignites their passion.

Can they rekindle their trust as easily, or will her fears cause her to lose him again…this time to a man bent on revenge?

Yeah, yeah. Reunited lovers trope. But… that’s okay. There’s baggage here, and that’s what excites me.

Bring this ON, people. I can’t find anything to be down about, unless it’s that there are only two books and even that’s okay ’cause the whole world knows how slow I read…

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s