River Ryan is used to getting his way. Girls, parties, drugs... As the lead singer of Deadly Intent, he's got the rockstar lifestyle down pat. But when journalist, Harper James, shows up to follow the band around for an article, River just sees her as another groupie. Little does he know, Harper is actually a spy for the label, and they want him out.
An unlikely love story about love on the road and how two people who couldn't be more different actually fit together perfectly.
River (Deadly Intent #1) by Marie York
River, the lead singer of Deadly Intent. He is into sex, drugs, alcohol and rock n'roll. Harper, the journalist with a hidden agenda. Both have major issues that they are not dealing with very well.
River comes off as uncontrollable, unlikeable, and spiraling downward fast. After being force to spend time together on the tour bus, Harper begins to see the real River beneath his many layers. They are drawn to each other and in turn discover each other's dark secret and from there they try to heal.
Guilt and betrayal are the driving forces of this story. It's dark, fast-paced and emotional. It's a good story, but too many issues and not what I expected.
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