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Every artist has his muse. Who he creates for, who he performs for. In my case, it’s the girl who broke my bleeding heart. Eight years on, it’s still her face I see when I look out into the crowd. Eight years on, she’s in every song I play and in every note I strum.
She was my only love and my only heartbreak. And now, she’s back. With a secret that can threaten to teach me new meanings of pain. But I’ll be damned if I let her get away again.
When Brad, the Rock Chamber Boys' star violinist finally comes face-to-face with the girl who shattered his heart, he thinks it’s his second chance to make her his again.
But she wants nothing to do with him.
When their respective careers throw them together however, it seems their passion for each other has only grown over the eight years apart.
But the universe has other plans. Plans years in the making. Plans that will come back and threaten to tear them apart, this time, forever. And despite his band being on top of the world, it all will mean nothing without her by his side.
Strum Me is the second book in the Rock Chamber Boys series, a hot, fiery, and sexy second-chance romance tale that will melt your heart and make you believe in meant to be. This is a stand-alone story with HEA and no cheating elements.
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I enjoyed the narration of Emma Tigan. Just right for this book.
Wow my heart. Two people meant to be , an horrible ex, that plays dirty.
Having gone there separate way , fate brings Emily and Brad together . Both having secrets . Will fate have her way. Listen
I really enjoyed this second book, which had a great storyline and characters. Narration was OK.
- Vanessa Leighton
The first book was so enjoyable I was a little nervous that the second book wouldn’t be as good but I was definitely wrong it was just as enjoyable as the first