Note: This is Book 1 of a 4 book series and ends in a cliffhanger. If you don’t like cliffhangers, then you’ll want the boxed set.
One night of pleasure can lead to a lifetime of regret . . .
Jasper and the Weeds are one of the hottest bands in rock music! Jasper, the lead singer has made the band an instant success. At one of his concerts, a well-known socialite from a popular TV series requests to see him, privately. She sets her latest fantasy on being the one to grace Jasper’s bed. Jasper is powerless to resist her beauty and sex appeal.
Disaster strikes when she posts pictures of their intimate moments on social media. When his fans learn of the escapade, they quickly label him the bad boy of pop music.
Hailey Finch works for a public relations firm and has received the assignment to work with Jasper to restore his public image. She’s convinced that Jasper made a bad decision, but that one act shouldn’t cost him his musical career. Will she be talented enough to help restore Jasper’s image and win back his fans? Or will she find that instead, she is at risk of losing her own heart?
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My fans loved a previous series, "Jemma" so much, and one character in particular- the rock star. Several fans felt I should create a new series just about the rock star. So I did! Oh man, I love my fans! 🙂
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
"Jemma: Entertainment with Jem" is a series that came out before "Managed: A Rock Star Romance". In it was a smoking hot rock star that our heroine, Jemma liked. While Jemma had her eyes on someone else, the rock star really struck a chord with my fans. Managed: A Rock Star Romance is a spin-off of Jemma.
Smoke curled around the edges of Jasper’s vision making it hard to see. Speakers vibrated behind him causing his chest to jump each time a low note was hit. His own voice carried out over the screaming, smooth as glass, just how it should. His bass guitarist came over to play a few chords and sing with him at the mic as he hit the chorus. The screaming grew louder. Panties sling-shotted from the audience pelted him more than once. At this point, it was all programmed. He simply went through the set like a well-trained robot. Some of the songs he sang for the crowd felt forced to him, too mainstream. He still sang them, and he still put on a hell of a show.
“You've been a fantastic crowd, I want to shag all of you,” he shouted, one girl in the front was fanning herself at his sexy Australian accent that had gotten him laid so many times. Before he'd have ended with, “We're Jasper and the Weeds,” but now there was no need. Everyone knew who they were. He stood with his band in the center of the stage taking bows and blowing kisses. One big-breasted groupie in the front smiled at him and pulled the top of her shirt down. He knew she'd be in his bed that night. Maybe the one beside her too would be there with his band mates.
One last kiss to the crowd and the band ran offstage. The cries for an encore were deafening, but that had been their set. He didn't come back out once he'd finished. He didn't have to, and he wasn't going to. Leaning against the wall catching his breath, as he listened to the cacophony of his fans, he thought back to their start. He missed those days. Playing music that gripped his soul in a small coffee house or rowdy pub.
“They loved you, Jasper baby,” Hugh his intense manager clapped him on the back as he came offstage. “They absolutely loved Fall into Me.”
Jasper grimaced but Hugh didn't notice. Fall into Me was a song that was written for him, catchy and everything he hated about modern music. The crowd loved singing along to it. It really just repeated the same thing over and over again.
“I went ahead and got that gal from the front row for ya, mate. It will be good for ya,” Dustin, his Scottish bass player and best friend since college, said. “You’ve been in a funk since that Jemma chick turned ya down.”
He ignored what Dustin was saying. The infernal tune of Fall into Me invading his head and threatening to drive him absolutely insane.
“Holy shit, Jasper, you know what Hugh just told me?” Dustin came running up and slapped him hard on the back.
“I couldn’t begin to guess.”
“Tara Jackson is here, and she wants to get backstage!”
“Who?” The name sounded familiar, but Jasper heard many names every day.
“The hot socialite from that Wild and Town series. She’s an heiress to a diamond empire and pretty much everywhere right now. I’d give me left nut to bone her,” Dustin said, working himself up and bouncing from foot to foot. “How do you not know who that is?”
“Famous people bore and annoy me,” Jasper said, as they rounded the corner to the green room. He threw himself down onto the couch and grabbed a bottle of water from the cooler next to him.
The girl he assumed was Tara Jackson walked in and she was incredibly hot. Her dress barely covered anything, but it didn’t make her look cheap. She looked like she’d been born in it.
He knew the type. She wasn’t as famous as he was so she could easily be a star fucker. Just once he’d like to meet a girl who didn’t know who he was, or care. The fact was he couldn’t change being horny; that always won out over what a girl’s motives might be. He decided it would be a good idea to get to know her a little better, so he patted the couch beside him and she smirked as she slid onto his lap. There was no turning back for him now; he was hooked.
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