At twenty-five, he’s got it all.
Money. Fame. And the adoration of fans everywhere.
He thought that was enough to make him forget his past.
Enough to transform his distrusting heart.
Turns out that’s not how it works...
Then he meets a bridesmaid hiding out in a hotel bar.
Probably the only girl on the planet who doesn’t know who he is.
But she seems to be the one girl who can give him something no one else can.
Aubrey Prescott just discovered her boyfriend cheating—at her sister’s wedding.
Trying to escape humiliation, she seeks refuge in a hotel bar.
While trying to figure out how to pick up the pieces of what was supposed to be an amazing senior year in college, a handsome stranger interrupts her wallowing.
A stranger who quickly makes her forget why she’s there.
One who, after an unforgettable night, disappears without a second glance.
But walking away doesn’t always mean letting someone go.
It has been a while since I have really enjoyed a Rockstar themed book, but author J. Nathan is quickly becoming a favorite author so I couldn’t pass Kozart up. Kozart was a great Rockstar romance that reminds us even though they may be rich and famous, musicians are people too. They have painful pasts, real life problems that they cover up with their performances on stage or even the lyrics in their songs.
I loved how Kozart and Aubrey had this connection that went beyond something only sexual. They healed each other in a sense and possibly saved each other as well. The way Z is with her made me smile and even when he messes up you could feel the pain, he felt from possibly losing Aubrey forever. Aubrey may have caught her boyfriend cheating on her at her sister’s wedding, but I think she was the one who won out of that bad situation. Aubrey didn’t care who Z was, she didn’t even know at first because she saw beyond the Rockstar to the man underneath.
I don’t know if J. Nathan plans on any books for the other band members doing but I do hope that she does. Kozart is one that needs to be on the top of TBR lists for sure!
I gave myself one last look and grabbed the handle on the door. I stepped out, gasping as someone grabbed my arm and pulled me out the nearby exit door.
My heart raced as I pulled free, spinning around in the dark alley we’d ended up in.
Kozart stood in front of me, a ball cap pulled down low on his head and a smirk on his face.
My eyes widened. “What are you doing here?”
He dug his hands into the pockets of his torn jeans. “I was in the neighborhood.”
I glanced around the windowless alley with its giant dumpsters and foul odor.
“I was in town,” he clarified. “I just wanted to grab a drink and low and behold, here you are.”
“Said every good stalker.”
He threw his head back and laughed. The sound was just as sexy as it was over the phone, if not more as it echoed in the alley.
“And I’m sure I don’t need to mention the dragging-me-out-of-the-bar-into-a-dark-alley thing,” I added.
He chuckled, his eyes lowering to the pavement.
J. Nathan is the author of new adult and sports romances with cocky heroes and sassy heroines. When she's not writing, she's a total romance junkie! Add an alpha male who's unlikable in the beginning...even better. She loves guys in backward hats, country music, the summertime, and her amazing family and friends.