Title: Play Me
Series: Rock Chamber Boys
Author: Daisy Allen
Genre: Contemporary Rockstar Romance
Release Date: July 9, 2017
She once said that the only thing that mattered was the band.
She was right.
Now the only thing that matters is her.
They say he’s a rock star with a difference.
But he’s still a rock star all the same.
So, when Cadence, a music teacher with a heart of gold catches Sebastian’s eye, it doesn’t matter that he has the world at his fingertips, all she wants is her safe, quiet life.
But it’s too late, she’s gotten under his skin, buried there with her sweet, sexy eyes and a body that keeps him awake at night. And he’ll do anything to have her.
So, when he makes her an offer she absolutely can’t refuse, she has to decide whether she can take the risk that her past won’t come back to haunt her.
Because then, there’s nothing that even the world’s biggest rock star can do to save her.
So what happens when Sebastian’s burning desire for Cadence clashes with her crippling fear of scrutiny?
Find out in this hot and steamy Rock star romance – Book One in the Rock Chamber Boys series.
“The Rock Chamber Boys’ world is one you won’t want to miss, so grab your copy of “Play Me” now. It’s one of the most brilliant, intoxicating, heartwarming books I’ve ever read!”- Book Addict
“The author’s writing style paints such a vivid picture that you feel like you are there listening to the slide of the bow across the cello. ” – Maria Hunt
” A love story, a rockstar romance with a twist. Brilliant, I want more. ” – TJensen
Welcome to this “Choose your own author biography” adventure.
Daisy Allen is a ravishing beautiful temptress with a Mensa qualifying IQ and saves puppies and kittens and sloths from evil overlords in her spare time away from her job as the director of a secret NASA department that communicates with friendly aliens. She also definitely does not ever touch wine, ever, never ever.
Daisy Allen is a fiction writer.
*insert memes of writers sitting in Cheetos stained sweats at 4am watching Scandal on Netflix and wondering “why is life?”*
In the moments she does put finger to keyboard though, she writes the kind where men and women meet, men and women fight like dogs, interspersed with men and women rolling around naked on numerous surfaces like puppies.
There’s a lot of good music, great food, expensive wine and incredible locations along the way, but in the end, the most important thing is that love will win out.
Daisy Allen is a romantic.
P.S. Oh, and she’s Australian. So, please excuse the random “Australianisms” that she sneaks past her editor.