Posted by Michelle Mankin on Sunday, July 21, 2013
Two years ago everything changed for the remaining members
of the Seattle rock band Tempest.
Two years is a long time.
Too long to keep on remembering.
Not nearly long enough to forget.
In trouble with nowhere else to go songstress Lace Lowell
seeks refuge with the band during their stop in New York City. It's a risky
move for her because they are both there, two impossibly good looking men whose
lives are inseparably entwined with hers. One who bruised her heart and one who
smashed it into pieces.
Warren “War” Jinkins, the mercurial lead singer of Tempest, has
always had a thing for Lace. But then again so does his best friend and band
Bryan “Bullet” Jackson, the sinfully handsome tat-sleeved
lead guitarist, has a bad boy reputation befitting his nickname. For the past
two years Bullet’s had a rule with the groupies: one time, never twice, leave ‘em
satisfied, but always leave ‘em.
Two guys, one woman, and a host of dark secrets all together
within the tight confines of a tour bus as the group travels cross country.
Can the past be forgotten and buried?
Will friendships prevail?
Or will the three of them succumb to seductive impulses too
addictive to resist?