I was a washed-up, alcoholic, disgraced cop, so imagine my surprise when I landed a gig as the private bodyguard for Corey Duvette, international rockstar and guitar god? Seriously, I used to worship this guy when I was a teenager! Everybody wants a piece of him...his fans, his manager, his bandmates, his ex...even me. But as much as I'd like to, I can't put him in that position...or any other positions, for that matter.
I'm just here to do a job.
It's not my fault that he looks like an innocent angel and a broken boy all at the same time. That's why he needs someone like me looking out for him, protecting him, keeping him safe.
But can I keep things professional between us?
I've been performing on stage in front of thousands of people almost every night of my life since I was nineteen. Living in the public eye means I get hounded everywhere I go. I have zero privacy. I'm exhausted, but my greedy manager and loser bandmates rely on me to keep cranking out hits. To keep going full throttle--and keep everyone happy--I turned to the rock & roll cliché of nonstop booze and drugs. I'm being pulled in every direction. I feel like I'm falling apart.
I'm ready for a change. I want something real.
After getting stabbed by a random psycho and almost dying, my manager wants to hire a bodyguard for me. I don't care if he's big and strong and sexy as hell--I don't want some meathead with an earpiece following me everywhere I go. I already have no privacy as it is! But maybe...just maybe...Max is different? All I know is that the thought of dealing with everything in my life while trying to stay sober terrifies me.
I can't do it alone.
Broken Strings is a full-length 60,000+ word gay rock star romance in the Chords of Chaos series. It's about lovers finding happiness amidst a lifestyle filled with raising hell via sex, drugs, and rock & roll. This book contains sexually explicit material and colorful language intended for adults 18 and older. Each book in the Chords of Chaos series can be read as a standalone novel, but they're better if you read them in order.