My favorite Rock Star Ever! - Cyndi, Review

Ridge was PHENOMENAL! - Rhonda, Amazon

WOW!! Ridge was flawlessly written and heartfelt! This book will take you on an emotional roller coaster like no other in the best possible way! - Stacie, Review

Definitely a must read!!! - Lulu, GR

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ RIDGE is LIVE ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

The One didn’t exist.

Then I met Meadow.

The band's honorary little sister was off-limits. Too late for that. She says we’re “nothing serious,” but she’s gotten under my skin and I can’t stop thinking about her. And when I touch her, I know we’re meant to be.

 Happy Endings don’t exist.

Not even with Ridge.

My big plans never included falling for a rock star. Too soon for that. He wants to make us a “thing,” and I can’t deny our chemistry is combustible. His persistence is wearing me down, making his proposition hard to resist.

If true love only exists in fairy tales, why am I beginning to believe that Ridge just might be my happily ever after?

This STANDALONE Second Chance Rock Star Romance by New York Times Bestselling Author, S.L. Scott, will have you falling in love with Ridge Carson while introducing you to his Sexy as Sin band mates—Jet, Tulsa, and Rivers Crow.

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Sleeping with Mr. Sexy is Almost Here

Here's something to hopefully whet your appetite - A teaser: Chase Andrews was one of the best-looking guys on campus, and the two years since we’ve graduated from college have been kind to him. When we go out, I hear the whispers. The ladies call him Mr. Sexy. He’s the man every woman wants to date and every guy wants to be. Successful, charming, attractive, funny, and a great body—a body I might have taken advantage of last night—twice.

His sandy blonde hair is not long enough to hang in his eyes like it did in college, but it’s still not office proper. I secretly love that he looks like a bad boy whether he’s in jeans or a suit. To me, he’s always been handsome, but he’s also my comfort and biggest supporter.

Coming Wednesday, February 27th, 2013