A ruthless rock star with a secret meets his match, when a beautiful blonde reporter is assigned to interview him. A sexy, fast-paced rock n’ roll fantasy… Janet Reed…the L.A. Times’ top-notch investigative reporter. Dale Rhodes…the biggest rock star in the world. He hated reporters. And he harbored a terrifying secret. She despised rock n’ roll. But, she smelled a story. And her nose was never wrong. It was a match made in hell! Sparks fly when the couple collides in a backstage hallway… EXCERPT: Janet grimaced and forced open her eyes. Poised above, she saw a man’s face. Blurry. Out of focus. Janet closed her eyes again. Then, someone squeezed her hand and a sultry voice whispered, “You alright, darlin’?” Janet’s eyes flew open. And she blinked at the sight of him. The most beautiful creature she had ever seen. Janet decided she must have died, indeed. And God had sent an angel to guide her into the afterlife. He had to be that. An angel…he was so perfect. Perfect eyes. A shining, bottomless blue. Perfect teeth, in two gleaming white rows. Perfect skin. Like porcelain. Unblemished and smooth, with the barest hint of stubble on his adorable chin. His hair, a glorious mix of brown and red strands, fell in waves to his broad shoulders. Janet stared up at the impeccable being. His eyes searched her face, and he met her gaze. Questioning. Who was she? Dale was sure he’d never seen her before. A face like hers he would never forget. She was stunning…even behind those crooked glasses. His thumb rubbed the back of Janet’s hand. Her skin was creamy soft, like silk. And her honey-blonde hair was tousled from the fall, like she had just climbed out of bed. Dale wondered what she would look like in his. He squeezed her hand again. It fit perfectly in his grasp. He smiled…and marveled at her violet eyes. They widened as he stared down at her. Janet’s head cleared. And her eyes widened even more, as she recognized his face. She remembered, in a rush…who she was. Why she was there. And she wanted to scream. Rock Charisma is a complete Full Length Novel: 51,000 words.
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