We are thrilled to be bringing you Jodie Larson's FORBIDDEN LYRICS, the third standalone in her Lightning Strikes rockstar series. Fans of contemporary romance are not going to want to miss this one--be sure to grab your copy today!
About FORBIDDEN LYRICS
Falling in love with your best friend's sister is never a good idea. Getting caught kissing her, that's even worse. I watched Lizzie Donovan grow up - from pigtails and scraped knees to pouty lips and lush curves. It wasn't until one night nine years ago in the front seat of her car, with her lips on mine, that I realized what I was feeling was far more than friendship.
Of course, I felt her brother's wicked left hook shortly after. One promise was all it took to push her away. Not anymore. This is my chance. I have three months to convince her that she's the song in my heart and we're more than just forbidden lyrics.
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Read an excerpt from FORBIDDEN LYRICSThe house lights dim, leaving the whole place practically in darkness.A hush falls over the crowd as if the lack of light was in control of their voices.Pretty sure we’re the only table that knows what’s about to happen.The steady beat of a drum, counting out a punishing rhythm break through the silence. A bass guitar joins in, followed closely by two more guitars.It’s a pattern I’ve heard all my life.Each instrument getting its turn to take the spotlight before coming together as a whole.A spotlight cuts through the darkness and every girl in the room loses their mind before rushing the stage.Flashes from cell phones compete against the swirling lights illuminating the dance floor.The four of them stand there, perfectly comfortable in their surroundings, taking command of the area.Kade winds at the girls in front while Myles struts his stuff along the right side of the stage. You can barely see Pax’s head above the drum set, but every once in a while, you sneak a glimpse of his smile.But that’s not what I’m focusing on.No, I’m drawn to the one standing off to the side, keeping a constant rhythm and not drawing as much attention to himself.Damn.If I thought Breck looked good sitting on a bar stool, he looks a million times better with a spotlight shining directly on him.
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SERENADING THE SHADOWS
No one should have their life planned out at the age of three.
Yet that’s exactly what happened to Adrienne Carmichael. Paving the way as the “piano prodigy” was all her parents wanted…Only she didn’t.
All she wished for was to be normal, to be a regular teenager and everything that came with it—including the decisions that would shape her life.
Ten years later, scarred and broken, she knows that being alone isn’t everything she imagined. The piano is finally everything, except nobody will ever hear her play again.
All that changes when a sexy-as-sin rock god blows into her life. Tall and tattooed with jet-black hair and a dangerous bad boy smile…he’s every girl’s fantasy.
To her, he's a distraction, yet Kade Evans is everything she shouldn't want. Instinct tells her to run, but she can’t get him out of her mind. But may, just maybe he can be the one to pull her from the shadows before the darkness swallows her…for good.
NOTES OF THE PAST
I love women.
And it’s easy to see why. Being the lead guitarist for the country’s hottest band, Lightning Strikes, has them practically jumping into my bed and walking out the door just as quick. Which is perfect for me. Emotions complicate things, and I don’t do complicated.
Sure, I was in love once, and it was great. Then it was gone. That’s when I vowed never again. Life is better without empty, broken promises.
After five years of hard work, sacrifices, and determination, everything I’ve ever wanted is in my grasp: a successful career, touring city after city and being accountable to no one.
Then she starts appearing in the crowds. The girl I once loved, and who walked away.
Only, Tatum Mitchell wasn’t just any girl; she was my girl.
Will she be the wedge that drives the last part of my heart away, or will she break down the walls I’ve built. We’re connected through the lyrics of our heart and the notes of our past, but is that enough?