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Sing to Me (Rock Me Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07QLTQ2VH
- Language : English
- File size : 567 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 206 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 292,875 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Harper and Drake are dream characters . Drake is rock star hot who on the surface is a cheeky fun and sexy but was surprised by is dark and dominant side but also hidden in there is a heart of gold that just wants to help. Harper is feisty , independent and wants help from no one but boy is she in trouble!! The chemistry between these two is sizzling and the emotions will make your heart race. Don't make us wait too long for the next one
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OMG, I had to read this scene three times, because it was so good. Harper is not one to hold back, and even if she's a little bit intimidated by the extremely handsome guy (Drake 😉), she's also this strong woman who doesn't back down. I love this scene so much!
Drake is........a lead singer! Do I have to say more? Yes? Okay! He's a good-looking bad boy a..... (sorry Drake, Mama loves you 😘) with a reputation. And he's also the king of innuendo and Harper's equal. First they collide and then they combust! Absolutely perfect!
There's this slow burn, Harper acts coyly because of her past, but soon they realize that there's more between them. Until the rock star shows his true face??
I love the slow burn und when they crash, their banter is hilarious and their attraction is palpable and they are soooo good together. I can't wait to read part 2.
“Acting like I’m Sirius.”
“Not who, what. Sirius is the brightest star in the sky.”
“Because that’s what you are. The most luminous ... creature I’ve ever seen.”
Lee Piper has quickly become a go-to author for me and I was incredibly excited to get my hands on the early copy of Sing to Me, book one in the On Tour duet. And Sing to Me was EVERYTHING I hoped it would be. I have followed the characters of the Rock Me series from the beginning and have fallen deeper and deeper under this author’s spell. With her customary sharp writing, witty banter, intense chemistry, and intriguing storylines, Lee Piper has NEVER once disappointed me and that goes double for Sing to Me as it surpassed my expectations. Yes, I am a huge fan of rockstar romances and while they aren’t for everyone when an author is as talented and gifted in the art of storytelling as Lee is, those skills bridge the gaps in genres and tropes for many readers. So take it from me, whether you’re a fan of the trope, Lee’s exceptional talents will undoubtedly win you over.
Q: Drake Stone wants me. Wants me. The charismatic lead singer craves the broken, jaded girl with enough baggage to crush an army.
Q: I vow to keep my distance from the man whose eyes promise truth yet actions scream lies. Never trust rock stars.
Sing to Me—as mentioned above—is the first book in a duet and is not a complete story on its own. That said, the story was absolutely captivated and left me utterly glued to my seat reading Drake and Harper book. The storyline was beyond intriguing, and whether you have read the other books written in the Rock Me Series—about the remaining members of Drake’s band—you can read the On-Tour duet as an individual storyline. And much like I found myself with the first book in the series, Lie to Me, you too will realize that falling in love with Lee Piper’s unique brand of writing is as simple as one-clicking!
Q: He sees my truth, every brittle part, every ugly piece, every sharp corner, and still wants to claim it as his own.
Q: “As much as I love the way you bite that bottom lip when you stare at my ..., I need the speaker fixed. Hundreds of panties are relying on my voice to make them wet tonight.” The hand rubbing his stomach shifts until it’s solemnly placed over his heart. “It’s my civic duty to soak them.”
The characters of Sing to Me took me by storm right from the beginning. We’ve met the hero, Drake Stone, in the previous books of the Rock Me Series. Drake is the lead singer, he’s intense, funny and a true panty-drencher extraordinaire. These character traits have followed Drake from the very beginning (when readers were introduced to him in Lie to Me) and now that I’ve gotten to read his story, I’ve added a new trait: alpha male at his finest—sexy, sweet and completely gone for his very own sharp-tongued heroine. He’s anything but your typical rockstar. Then, there is Sing to Me’s aforementioned 'sharp-tongued' heroine Harper. She finds herself touring as Drake’s roadie and the chemistry is instantaneous. Harper’s character is sassy, complex and distrusting but she lives for sound… and has her own considerable talents with instruments and equipment that I personally found fascinating. As Sing to Me is written entirely from Harper’s POV, readers will discover her hidden heartbreak and will be quivering with a few unanswered questions as we await the conclusion to the duet.
Q: My throat tightens, and I have the sudden urge to avert my gaze. But I don’t. Can’t. Not when he’s looking at me like that. Like I’m a meteor shower burning up the atmosphere and he can’t get enough of it.
Q: Not wanting anyone to see how his loaded expression sets off a pyrotechnic display in my panties, I go about straightening and adjusting equipment.
Sing to Me follows a beautiful storyarc. Even without reading the second book at this point, I can already see how Lee Piper was left with little choice but to split the story into two books to give true justice to her characters. This love story had me chuckling, swooning and in need of a cold shower! Lee Piper’s love of music bleeds into her stories and makes them all the richer for it. Additionally, while I regularly read rockstar romances, I found that Sing to Me was truly unique in a number of ways—but I won’t comment on those in order to keep this review spoiler-free. I am beside myself waiting for the conclusion to Drake and Harper’s romance after the cliffhanger that sent me spinning. This is an absolute five star read and I highly recommend you one-click this immediately and stop wasting time on reviews!
Q: I lock down my expression, refusing to give him anything. The less I give, the less he can use against me. After all, in my experience, that’s what people do. Find weaknesses and exploit them.
Q: Somehow, someway, Drake Stone’s hands are meant to be on me. Even worse, a fundamental part of me wants them to remain where they are. Indefinitely.
Willow, Drake and Reid are now on tour, and Harper, along with her Uncle Ray are their contracted roadies. Drake is the hot and sexy lead singer and was just stunned by Harper. He just couldn’t seem to leave her alone, and, he was as funny and witty as he was sexy.
Harper is the perfect antithesis of every woman that is attracted to Drake and I just loved her character. She’s strong, and knows her stuff, but she also lives and breathes the mechanics of music. She feels and almost sees the music as it happens, almost like a solid living and breathing thing, not just a concept. So when the music tech is too lazy to pick up imperfections in the equipment, she’ll damn well sort it herself. For me, music is life, so I absolutely identified with her character.
Being the first in a duet, it finishes in a WTF cliff hanger, and I sat looking at my tablet, feeling my loss of faith and love for a character slip through my fingers like sand. My heart dropped. Luckily, Lee Pipe isn’t holding me to ransom for too long, because book two, Song For Me will be out soon and I feel like it can’t come soon enough. 5 Stars.
Now if you'll excuse me I have one heck of a book hangover to nurse while I impatiently wait for part two of this duet 💚