Striking a Chord

Backstage Pass, #3

Striking a Chord is a well written book. The overall plot was very enchanting. The main and secondary characters were captivating. The ending was a bit predictable but I enjoyed all the twists and turns in the story. This was a wonderful book and I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.

Sean Rosslair is an Irish drummer who has made a successful life is the US as a rock star. Despite his families thoughts he has made his life through hard work and talent. Now his father is dying and his assistant maneuvered it for him to go home.

Meghan is Sean’s assistant, who he hired and has not met in three months. Meghan’s family seems to be at odds so when she has the opportunity to unite Sean’s she jumps at it.

The connection between Sean and Meghan is intense. They make a great match however they need to talk more. They seem to react to each other than talk to each other and clear the air. The sex scenes were very steamy.

Striking a Chord is the third book in the Backstage Pass series by Dani Wade. While this book is part of a series, it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel with ease.

Book Blurb for Striking a Chord

Success as a US rock star is payback to Irish drummer Sean Rosslair, whose father insisted music was a waste. Now Sean just needs to see the body to go with the smokin’ sexy voice of his new assistant, and his world will feel complete. But she ends up being the very woman he should never have.

Anxious to do a good deed, Meghan finally exposes her plus-size presence to her boss. Only he doesn’t react the way she expects—to her body or his brother. She takes her punishment for her white lie well—too well. Meghan can’t refrain from begging her boss for another spanking…but can she let go enough to embrace romance with a rockstar?

Can Sean teach Meghan his erotic secrets before a hidden enemy puts him out of commission—permanently?

Caution: This book contains crazy families, dark secrets, and a hero who knows how to transform pain into pleasure. Word count: 52,100

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2014 4.50