Continue traveling with the rock band, Toxsin, or join them as they rock across North America. This is the second book in this series but it definitely stands alone. All of the rockers are in each book and each is as totally unique as their music is. Ramsey has more issues than the tattoo he got when a jilted groupie had payback. Jewel is able to fix the tattoo into something that was much more appropriate but in doing so she ends up losing her job. The solution is to take a chance with Toxsin. Intense confrontations, professional questions and the need to change come together in a way that will have you wondering what will happen next and keep you on the edge of your seat. This story kept my interest from beginning to end and now has me wanting to see what happens next. I love that the characters are real and dedicated and artistic and actually care about each other. There is a backstory and history for each, sometimes overlapping another character’s and sometimes not. The wild parties and trappings of celebrity life are seen but not made a major focus. I really liked this book and it’s characters. Don’t be surprised if you do too.
Ramsey remembers going into the tattoo shop for a tattoo but he sure didn’t want cherry blossoms! As he meets up with his band mates, they know they need to find another tattoo artist fast and get that tattoo covered before the press sees it. Cherry blossoms do not mesh with their metal band image. Jewel works at an all night tattoo shop. She seldom see a lot of customers on her shift so she’s a bit surprised when 4 leather clad men come in. As one checks out her art, another is questioning her ability to cover up a freshly inked tattoo. Within minutes Jewel knows how to cover it and goes to work. Ramsey is impressed with her work and with Jewel. But, he’s a rocker on tour and she’s an artist stuck in a shop, or is she?
Second in Dawn Ryder's sizzling new Rock Band series.
He kept it casual
Superstar guitarist Ramsey's reputation as a bad-boy rocker is exceeded only by his dedication to his music. He's worked hard for the success of his hit metal band Toxsin, and he intends to enjoy it-completely. When a jilted groupie gets back at him for a one-night stand with an intimate-and completely inappropriate-tattoo, he needs it fixed, and fast. Sparks fly between Ramsey and his new tattoo artist, and Ramsey finds himself hoping for more than new ink.
Until she made him want more
When a high-profile tattoo job lands Jewel an invite on Toxsin's latest tour, she can't say no. It'll be great exposure, after all. What she's really worried about is ruining the gig by hooking up with the first guy to completely rock her world. She knows she should resist-Ramsey's not the kind to stick around for a morning after. But the way he makes her feel-as an artist and a woman-could be worth any risk.