Blurb: No longer controlled by her mother, manager, or former fiancé, pop star Shae Armstrong steps out on her own and into the path of Nick DeMarco, a wealthy investor with alleged ties to organized crime and real childhood scars to overcome. She wants to take it slow. He needs her now, in his life and in his bed.
Nick’s enemies threaten her career, her friendships, even her sanity, but not Shae’s heart – the one thing Nick holds precious. He proves his love is real, and she stops running. Until everything around them falls apart, including him. He swore he would never hurt her. Instead, he almost destroys them both.
Shae makes a dangerous choice, sacrificing her happiness for his, just like he always does for her. Now that she’s found her own voice, can Shae survive the challenges of living in Nick’s world?
DNF’d at 40%
I couldn’t wrap my head around her wishy washiness. She kept changing her mind when it came to being in a relationship with him. It was like riding a merry go round for too long. I got tired of it.
And she allowed her friends to dictate what she should do. She didn’t trust herself with her feelings. It just took too long to get where it was supposed to be. Her character didn’t grow, like, at all. I would have thought by the middle of the book she would have picked a lane already.