Book one of the Sherbrooke Station series
Matt Pearson is the drummer of an up and coming alternative rock band. The band has a large following even though they just signed with a large label Atlas Records. Matt is considered the “mother” of the band. Anything that needs to be fixed–Matt fixes it. If he can’t their badass lesbian manager can. Shayla keeps all four men in line–until Atlas steps in.
Kay Fischer is a music journalist for a small rag publication–the newspaper is free. This is the only job she was able to get after a fiasco with Atlas Records. Kay has a chance at redemption–to make her mark in the music journalism industry. Her boss has complete confidence that Kay will be the one to save their failing publication with an interview with Sherbrook Station. Kay was supposed to interview the lead singer, Ace. The drummer, Matt shows up instead–two hours late. Kay manages to stubble through the interview even though the only thing running through her mind is how incredible Matt looks. She is a professional. She can make this work.
Her attraction to Matt isn’t one sided. He shows her another side of himself. He takes her to his “spot” where Kay crosses the line of professionalism. Matt needs Kay’s help to save his band from self-destruction at the hands of Atlas.
Can Kay survive another run-in with Atlas? Can Matt decide between his band and his girl? Will his bandmates forgive him for bringing a reporter into their lives? Will Matt forgive Kay for keeping secrets from him? How will they be able to have a relationship or a future with so many people standing in their way including Atlas Records?
I love rock band romances. Aspects of this novel brought me back to my college days when with my French friends and traveling to Canada. There’s a lot of Quebec slang –Rose does have other characters or that character inform the reader of what was said which was helpful since I spoke formal French not Quebecois. The differences between the francophone and anglos in the region was extremely interesting to me. I found that just as interesting as the main storyline which is funny since this book has very little in it. I will be adding this series to my favorites list.
Thanks Katia for sending it to me!
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Author Bio:Katia Rose is not much of a Pina Colada person, but she does like getting caught in the rain. She prefers her romance served steamy with a side of smart, and is a sucker for quirky characters. A habit of jetting off to distant countries means she’s rarely in one place for very long, but she calls the frigid northland that is Canada home.