From the USA Today bestselling author of Sweet Temptation, a new novel of opposites attracting-and igniting. There is nothing Connor Malone wants to do less than babysit the outrageous and out-of-control pop star Lyric Jones. But part of him relishes taming the celebratty songstress and showing... show more
From the USA Today bestselling author of Sweet Temptation, a new novel of opposites attracting-and igniting. There is nothing Connor Malone wants to do less than babysit the outrageous and out-of-control pop star Lyric Jones. But part of him relishes taming the celebratty songstress and showing her what it's like to be possessed-body and soul-by one man. And though Lyric's crazy antics nearly drive Connor to the edge, his quiet intensity penetrates her defenses, leaving them both vulnerable to the secrets that could topple Lyric from the stage.
Publish date: April 5th 2011
Publisher: Berkley HEAT
Pages no: 310
Edition language: English
Series: Sweet (#5)
I have been wanting to read this book for a long time. In fact I would love to read all the books in this series, but the price point has had me shying away from it for months. I have problems with paying more than $10 for books under 400 pages. So I put off buying these books over and over. But I r...
I've started this series from the wrong end. I read Micah and Angelina's story first and now I've read Conner and Lyrics. Totally wrong, but at least you aren't completely confused if you read the out of order.Lyric is a singer/songwriter who has an IDGAF attitude (which I love) that has gotten he...
Perfect! absolutely perfect! I love it. Love the plot. I just love everything about it. Connor and Lyric are perfect for each other. Lyric is such a good addition to the girls. They had sooo much fun i envy them! ughhh.. coloring the tips of their hair blue is such a slam! I love it.. I love all of ...
Cute book. Liked both the hero and the heroine. The major conflicts, though, seemed superficial and a little too easy to figure out, if you will. All in all, though, it was an easy breezy read. I also really liked that we actually got a bit more to the HEA than three paragraphs at the end of a bo...