Date Published: October 30, 2015
I don’t date rockers. Don’t sleep with them. Don’t even swap spit. I’ve been working as a band booker at Trouble — the coolest indie rock club in town — long enough to know what a bunch of screwed up, egotistical jerks they are.
That would be fine if Razer didn’t keep popping into my office, making himself so annoyingly attractive. And he only gets more insistent when the mysterious, leather-clad Alex hits town.
While they compete for both rock glory and my affection, I get stuck in the middle but all I really want to do is save the club from financial ruin. That means I have to play along with their stupid games.
That’s the trouble with my life: too many rock stars.
This is book 1 in the Access All Areas rock star series. For the best, non-spoiler it is best to read the series in order but each book is a complete story with no cliffhangers.
Violet has a problem…she has one too many rock stars and they both want her.
Violet’s whole life is her job. She spends her waking hours booking bands to perform at the club she works for, aptly named Trouble. Razer is a local whose band performs at Trouble and he has had a thing for Violet for a long time. Then, in comes Alex, the hot, new rocker, who is immediately taken with Violet. A contest ensues and Violet is the prize. Only, she wants no part in it….until she does.
Too Many Rock Stars is a sweet and funny romance. There is a love triangle, but no cheating. There is a HEA and a teeny, tiny teaser for the next book.
About the Author:
Candy J. Starr used to be a band manager until she realised that the band she managed was so lacking in charisma that they actually sucked the charisma out of any room they played. “Screw you,” she said, leaving them to wallow in obscurity – totally forgetting that they owed her big bucks for video equipment hire.
Candy has filmed and interviewed some big names in the rock business, and a lot of small ones. She’s seen the dirty little secrets that go on in the back rooms of band venues. She’s seen the ugly side of rock and the very pretty one.
But, of course, everything she writes is fiction.