Book Hooks #7 Press Play #5

Book Hooks is a weekly meme hosted by Marketing for Romance Writers as part of the MFRW Authors Blog. BookHooks gives authors a chance to hook readers every week with their works in progress or latest release. This week, another  little snippet from my wip, Press Play, part of my Rock Me Baby Series. Check out the blurb below and if you’ve missed the previous snippets here are the links:




Drummer girl for Airi Moon, Play Baptiste is living her dream, loving life and her hot affair with ER Doctor Preston Stevens. Though they have a long standing no-strings, no-complications arrangement, Play can’t help thinking of what her life would be like if she put down roots with Press. 

Preston Stevens is a man who could have any woman he wants, only it’s the bad girl drummer that ignites his libido and captures his heart. Their arrangement has worked out well for his chaotic schedule until the night Press is unable to  save the woman his best friend loves from a tragic car accident. In an instant, he is reminded that life is short and wants to grab hold of what he knows for sure: his love for Play. 


The media described me as the sexy, edgy, tomboyish drummer with
an occasional dirty mouth—by their standards I’d fit right in as the renegade
socialite.  Being comfortable in my own skin was the only thing that had
gotten me through the tough times when there’d been no one to lean on, except
the occasional rat sharing a broken down haven in whatever abandoned building
that would keep me hidden from the pimps and addicts. As a homeless teen, it’d seemed days like this would never
come true.  Me—Play Baptiste—the girl that had been tossed from one
foster home to the next, had a place I belonged. I
enjoyed being me—sexy, outspoken and rebellious. My carefree swag is what caught
the eye of a one of the most sought-after billionaires—what girl could complain
about that? I wasn’t looking to change and I prayed that Press understood that
there was no deterring my course when we finished what he’d called a “needed”
conversation about the direction of our relationship.  Maybe I was getting ahead
of myself, Press had never hinted at 
commitment before and it was unlikely he
would do so now. Maybe it was time I prepared myself for the end of a good thing.

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