Today the 11th book in The Rocker series by Terri Anne Browning is released! Check it out!
I’ve always loved Zander Brockman in some shape or form. The boy who lived next door for the first seventeen years of my life has been my best friend, my confidant, my first crush, and my first love. I trusted him with my life and my heart. When he smiled at me I knew everything was going to be okay…
Until it wasn’t.
I haven’t seen that girl in seventeen years, and I’ve missed her every damn day. I knew I wasn’t good enough for her, so the night before I left with my bandbrothers for California, I stole a night with her. I lived off those memories. There hasn’t been a day that has gone by that I haven’t wanted to talk to her just one more time, but I knew she deserved a better man than me. Now, after seeing her again, I realize that I didn’t care if she should have a better man. My feelings were still as strong as they have ever been for her. I wanted to be with her…
But she hated the very sight of me.
***Contains Mature Content***
When Annabelle was a young girl her best friend was the boy next door, but as they grew so did her feelings and soon he became so much more than just her best friend. He saved her from her demons and she fell head over heels in love with him. So when he finally admitted his own feelings she was the happiest girl in the world. She gave him everything and when he left to follow his dreams she promised to wait for him.
But when Zander left he couldn’t face life without her and believed he wasn’t good enough. Ignoring her calls and letters he completely removed her from his life, leaving her devastated. Now 17 years later fate brought them back together and he finally realises what he did. He still loves her but she hates him for what he did, will she ever be able to forgive him and let him make up for lost time?
Loved these two’s story. There were definitely times I wanted to shake some sense into Zander! And it was great to hear some more about the other boys! Definitely a must read 🙂
Read it for yourself here…
The Aerosmith song faded easily into the Skynyrd song, “Free Bird,” and even though Axton’s vocal range changed, it only showed just how talented he really was. I lowered my gaze to the floor, hiding the tears that were so close to spilling over. I wanted so hard to hate Axton, wanted it with every fiber of my being, but I couldn’t. None of the pain I was feeling was his fault. He’d just shown up to a freaking audition, unknowingly ripping my heart from my chest with that amazing voice of his, and shattered it into a million little pieces.
I couldn’t hate him. Not when he was going to help the man I loved succeed in his goals.
Skynyrd drifted seamlessly into Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” with Wroth’s talented fingers. Glancing at Zander, watching him keep beat with the bass, seeing how much he loved being a part of this music world, I lost the battle. One tear escaped from my eyes and was quickly followed by a hundred more. I stood, keeping my face averted from everyone as I went into the bedroom and shut the door quietly behind me.
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