Ever James is a platinum-selling rock star, who has purposely made a reputation for herself as the industry’s favorite wild girl. She’s been photographed partying hard and dating the hottest actors. She’s been caught in the middle of numerous wardrobe malfunctions and frequents the covers of gossip magazines with scandalous rumors of rehab, affairs, and pregnancies. Only some are true.
She sings their songs. She poses for their pictures. She wears their clothes.
Rhett Grayson has one of the most sought-after spots in the New York subway system to play his music. Travelers fill his guitar case with enough money to pay his bills and buy a round of drinks for his friends every week. He has his own apartment in Manhattan. Who cares if he can touch the walls with his arms stretched out wide? It’s his.
When Rhett is unexpectedly asked to join Ever’s band as lead guitarist, will Ever be able to cope with a new bandmate who’s as infuriating as he is tempting? Can she show him it’s okay to step out of his comfort zone while he teaches her a thing or two along the way about staying true to herself?
Love Words from Rhett to Ever
*This note will take place after Ever Lonely. The second book in the duet will be Ever Yours.
I sit down to write music every time your face pops into my mind. It doesn’t work though. My mind, just like my fingers on my guitar, don’t want to write the words that need to come out. They don’t want to admit that you’re really gone. It’s Valentine’s Day and all I can think about is that the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do was watch you walk away while we were both still so desperately in love with each other. I know this necessary. I know you’re doing great things. I know deep in my soul I’ll hold you again. But I miss you. And sometimes I wonder if we’d be better off being fools together than sensible apart. I’ll never be done falling in love with you.
About the Author
USA Today Bestselling author Kimberly Lauren started out life as an avid reader. Inspired to challenge the more traditional relationship roles she came across while reading romances, she decided to write the scintillating and celebrated new adult series Broken. Then went on to write the Ever James Band series. She currently resides in Texas with her husband and their sons