Rock Fiction Coveting: Dirty Past by Emma Hart

Posted: November 27, 2015 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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Here’s a different twist on a series: it’s about brothers, and two of the three already published are Rock Fiction. How about them odds?

On the heels of Dirty Secret, here is a sizzling hot romance featuring another Burke brother and the girl he can’t resist, from the New York Times bestselling author of the Game series.

Walking out on my wedding wasn’t my best idea.

Neither was throwing my cell in the lake and taking a job as PA for Dirty B, America’s favorite rock band, complete with every teen girl’s dream man, the eldest of the Burke brothers.

Tate Burke is pure sex. Women actually throw their panties at him during shows. And Ella Dawson is the lucky little thing that gets to escort their fangirling butts out when he’s done with them.

Yay.

He’s a cocky son of a bitch, but there’s more to him than meets the eye. Every now and then Ella gets a rare glimpse of the Tate behind the “bad boy” act, and it attracts her in the most annoying way. The most annoying, heart-thumping, panty-wetting way.

When her abusive ex turns up at the hotel room Ella and Tate are sharing, raging mad, she knows she’ll need more than just a little protection. Tate sees red, and Ella can’t help but lean on him, despite his bad-boy ways.

And now? Now, he’s in a whole lot of trouble.

You all know how I feel about romances where the girl works for the band and winds up with the guy. It’s got to be my least favorite storyline.

I sent this over to Susan, because I know she’s got a thing about abusive ex books, and her comment was, “I hope this doesn’t end with the abusive ex getting shot.” Seems a lot of abusive ex books do. Seems that’s why she’s got a thing about them — I think she’s looking for a better ending.

Either way, that whole working for the band thing puts me on edge.

As always, bring it. I gotta see if Emma Hart can pull this one off. No reason to think she can’t.

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