Series: Hunte Family #1
Cover Design: Cassy Roop, Pink Ink Designs
One dominating kiss.
One unexpected moment that turns everything upside down.
And that’s only the opening act.
Brax has been on tour for a decade, and some may say he swallows obstacles for fun. Well, maybe he does—he’s never encountered a riff he couldn’t handle, a treasure he couldn’t score, or a woman he couldn’t conquer. No one, especially not a buttoned-down rule-follower like the band’s new tour accountant, is going to change him.
Accountant Sara Anderson is an unabashed stickler for the rules…
Sara’s worked nine long years to make partner, and only one thing stands between her and her goal—Hunte. Now she’s going on their tour to whip the band into financial shape. So long as she gets them out of the red, the promotion will be hers. Those bad boys of rock will be tamed, no matter how yummy their lead singer is.
When rebellion confronts discipline, fireworks explode.
Passions collide, and lives are permanently altered, in this enemies-to-lovers, slow burn standalone romance set in the mid-1990s—when grunge ruled the airwaves and women partners were as uncommon as those new mobile phones.
It takes a moment to process the fact that the lead singer of Hunte stands in the middle of my room, shaking my carefully planned budget at me. He’s more imposing than he looks in photographs. His long, curly blonde hair is the only soft thing about him. To buy myself time, I give him my back while I close the door with a quiet snick. My partnership rests on this. On him.
Ignoring the electricity zipping through my body urging the silly fangirl inside of me to touch him, I swivel on my heel and square my shoulders. Lunch will have to wait. I extend my hand. “Hello Braxton, I’m Sara Anderson, your tour accountant. Pleased to make your acquaintance.”
The world-famous hazel eyes that have spawned a few of my own daydreams—okay, maybe more than a few—cross as he looks down at my hand. “I’m sure you are,” he says, shifting his gaze to meet my eyes.
Arell started writing her first novel because the characters were screaming at her to do so. The story started coming out in her dreams and attacking her in the shower, so she took to the computer to shut them up. But they kept talking.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Arell has what some may call a “checkered past.” Prior to discovering her passion for writing romance, she practiced law, was a wedding and event planner and even dabbled in marketing. Arell lives with a very supportive husband and two mischievous cats. When not in her writing cave, Arell is found making dinner in the crock pot, working out with Shaun T or hitting the beach.
Arell is a PAN member (Published Author Network) of the New Jersey chapter of Romance Writers of America.