As lead singer of the hot as sin rock band, Beneath, he’s got the world at his feet but he wants out. He’s done with the empty relationships, the one-night stands, and the consequences of his wild celebrity lifestyle. Unable to break free of the darkness taking over his soul, he disappears, sending the media, his record label and the world into a frenzy.
When small town girl, Juniper Rowe, meets a sexy, brooding guy on an isolated beach in the middle of nowhere, she’s shocked to learn he’s missing bad boy rock star Sebastian Hale.
Drawn together by fate, they find solace in their shared darkness, unable to resist the passion their tortured souls ignite in one another.
But when the reality of Sebastian’s life is revealed, Juniper learns a hard lesson.
Rock ’n’ roll will save your life…but the fame will kill you.
Amity Cross is an author whose books I have really loved in the past so I was excited to start Whole Lotta Love. While I didn’t love this one I didn’t hate it either. I really had a hard time with Juniper’s character and I really couldn’t tolerate her best friend that much either. So I bet you are asking well what did you like then. That’s an easy answer. Sebastian Hale. I kept reading for him, his character called out to me, the pain in his soul and heart was apparent from the start and I just wanted to make things better for him in some way.
Now while I didn’t like Juniper or her attitude in this book, I still want to know what is going to happen in the next book. I am invested because of Sebastian and I am hoping I will like Juniper more in the next book. I am curious to see how things are going to work out between these two.
Amity Cross is the author of wicked stories about rock stars looking for redemption, gritty romances featuring MMA fighters and dark tales of forbidden romance. She loves to write about alpha males and the strong women who challenge them to fall in love.
Amity lives in a leafy country town near Melbourne, Australia and can be found chained to her desk, held at ransom by her characters.
Don’t send help. She likes it.