Verity Moore’s past involves more pain and scars than a normal girl her age does. Being in the limelight since a very early age, she’s been exposed to all sorts of evil that comes with fame. Now a disgraced “Disney Princess” she is ready to take control of her life and start all over.
Dax Hughes hides a terrible secret, a secret that broke his heart and he’s never been able to really move on from that. When the disgraced pop princess joins their trope as the opening act, Dax becomes entirely obsessed. But she’s off limits and he’s incapable of having anything real.
What’s one to do when what they are feeling and who they want is phenomenal, potent but unattainable?
This was my first ever Tara Leigh read and I’m here for her stories!
Dax’s whole hot and cold vibe just made him so irresistible and then him being all wounded in love made me want to comfort him so bad. He just has something incredibly enticing about him and gawd his dirty thoughts made me giggle.
Verity is a force to be reckoned with. I can’t even imagine what all she went through and how she managed to move past it. I love that she found the strength to find a place that was safe and made for her. It’s not an easy thing to achieve but she did that.
Though I really love both the characters, I somehow couldn’t connect to the story. I kept wanting to jump a couple parts and it put me off a little. But when it ended, I was really happy the way everything was tied up and how Dax and Verity got their well deserved HEA.
I’m definitely looking forward to reading more from Tara Leigh.
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He’s a rock star with a secret; she’s a pop princess with a painful past, can their forbidden romance survive, or will their lies destroy them both?
I’ve earned my bad reputation.
A few years ago, I was New York City’s hottest classical music prodigy. But I wanted something else, something more. So I chased my real dream, and now… I’m rock royalty. Dax Hughes, lead guitarist of Nothing but Trouble. But to my family and former Juilliard classmates, I’m an outcast. A misfit. A rebel.
They’re not entirely wrong. I don’t give a damn what other people think, and I’m all for breaking the rules… except when it comes to our new opening act, Verity Moore.
Rock gods don’t tour with pop princesses.
It’s not personal. Actually, under that fallen diva reputation, Verity’s incredibly talented. And her fiery redheaded personality is… intriguing. But I’m convinced the skeletons in Verity’s closet are as scandalous as my own, and when we’re not sparring, she has a way of drawing out all those secrets I’m determined to keep hidden.
Yeah. Verity Moore is definitely off-limits . . .
But since when do I give a damn about the rules?