Series: Love & Music #2
Published by Liquid Silver Books Genres: Contemporary
Reviewed by Lisa
An intimate encounter after introductions at a party becomes a magical moment for rock star Link Jacks. He didn’t recognize his partner as someone he already knew, the sister-in-law of his best friend and band mate.
She remembers him. How could Madison not remember the rock god? Madison has finally finished school and moved to the big city to find a job as a tattoo artist and be near her big sister Isabel, who’s finally pregnant. Succumbing to Link and that one incredible experience was a mistake. She wants to find a forever kind of relationship with a man and Link is a different girl or girls every night kind of guy.
When it comes to sex Madison and Link are perfection together. It’s everything else that messes up any chance of a future together. Link is willing to do whatever it takes to prove to Madison that he’s her man, even when someone from the past has revenge on their mind. In the end Madison will have to trust in Link. But, can she?
Take a stroll on the wild side of the rock world in Loving Link. Pretense and artifice are part of the rock scene, but is it real or an act for band members? That is Link’s dilemma if he wants Madison for his own. The problems and concerns make Loving Link a pleasurable quagmire to deal with. Engaging characters, a compelling plotline, and plausible issues make Loving Link an intimate and enjoyable read.