J.A. Hazel
Publisher: unknown
Pages: 364

With enough pain in his past to fuel a thousand songs, New York rocker Bran isn’t looking for a muse.His style is to ditch – girls, sobriety, sanity. Even the name on his birth certificate.When he meets irritating, uptight Ava, new thoughts start to spin. And, unfortunately, they’re all of her.To survive at the Melbourne record label where she works Ava has learned to shun boorish, egotistical musicians. No matter how gorgeous they are.What a pity for her the latest hotshot singer swaggering around the studio happens to have a lost-boy frown to die for.How will they cope when first impressions prove to be deceiving?Siren's Wave is a gritty, emotionally intense, opposites-attract love story about music, creative inspiration, and facing fears.Note:Contains strong language, drug use, slang, and Australian English spelling. This reflects the author's experience of working in the ...
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