Rocker Romance Novels
Reading stories about famous people is always a lot of fun! Movie stars, royalty, pop stars, and more. While those are all great, what's better than reading a romance book about rock stars?
As far as contemporary romance supgenres go, rocker romance novels are pretty high up on our list of favorites! We can't get over how amazing it is to read about the (fictionalized) lives of the rich and famous!
These rocker romance novels prove that rock stars are the perfect heroes and heroines for romance novels. They're sexy, sultry, creative, complicated and yet caring. That makes them just so interesting to read about. Check the list out and find your next favorite book!
1. Rock Addiction Nalini Singh
Molly Webster's life was torn apart by scandal when she was just a child, putting her in the spotlight. Now, Molly just wants an ordinary life free from the public eye. T hat won't be easy after meeting scorching hot rock star, Zachary Fox. What was supposed to be a one-night stand becomes a month long fling. Of course that's when Molly has to go and fall for the guy.
2. Hitting That Sweet Spot by Lara Ward Cosio
Shay and Jessica come from completely different worlds. He is an Irish drummer of the world famous band, Rogue, and spends more time taking care of everyone else than he does himself. She is a Black-Asian American former ballerina trying to recreate her life. When they meet, Shay is smitten with Jessica right away, but Jessica is unsure. After all, she spends her nights eating ramen while Shay is a millionaire. She has to try though, right?
3. When Stars Align by Cara Malone
Rock star Nat is tired of her relationships getting dragged through the tabloids. She's tired of Los Angeles, and everything that goes along with. So when her recording contract is up, Nat decides she's ready to start her own record label and travels to her small Ohio hometown to scout a band. Once there, she runs into Christy, her first love. Christy is far from the vibrant girl Nat remembers after going through a rough divorce and isn't very happy to see Nat. At first.
4. Love Desired by Kelli McCracken
Mia Brooks, heiress to a famous music retreat, lives by three rules: 1. Never manage a band. 2. Never fall for a member of a band. 3. Never fall for empty promises. After having his heart shattered, Ayden McAllister vows he'll never put a woman before his band again, not wanting to fail them a second time. When Mia is asked to manage Ayden's band, they feel an immediate connection to each other. Managing the band will hopefully help bring them success, but will it also reopen Ayden's old wounds?
5. With the Band by L.A. Witt
The band, Schadenfreude, may finally have a shot at success now that new lead singer, Aaron McClure has joined. Well, they do if the secret relationship between Aaron and bassist Bastian Koehler doesn't blow up in their faces. His last band broke up after his relationship exploded and besides, Schadenfreude has rules against band members dating. What could possibly go wrong if it's just sex?
6. Backstage Pass by Olivia Cunning
Brian Sinclair is the lead guitarist and songwriter for the Sinners, the hottest metal band around. The problem is that he has writer's block and can't write a block to save his life. Myrna Evans, a psychologist studying human sexuality, goes on tour with the Sinners. Every Sinner attempts to seduce Myrna, but she only has eyes for Brian. And the nights she spends with him? They're purely academic, of course!
7. Ménage with the Muse by Nico Rosso
This is the best week of Mia Dillon's life. Not only has she shared the stage with some incredible bands at a festival, but she's also been able to explore her sensual side. She shares a flirtation with a drummer named Wolfgang that quickly becomes more, but there's also guitarist Ethan, another man she can't get off her mind. The two men share their secrets with her: they're demons and they're staring, and if they don't feed soon, they'll die. Based on her energy, they both sense that Mia is The One for them. Mia has never been with two men before, let alone two demons, and no one's ever heard of demons sharing a Muse. But it works for them. Now they must do everything they can to keep Mia safe with an enemy so close.
8. Meant to Be by Jea Hawkins
Twenty years ago, Misty Morse and Alice Cavanaugh were best friends. Misty always promised Alice that together they would go to Seattle so Misty could become a musician. Then they shared a kiss that unraveled their friendship, and Misty went to Seattle on her own, regretting it ever since. Now, Alice is a single mother and a librarian, trying to forget Misty every existed. When she finds out Misty is coming home for their high school reunion, she doesn't know what to feel. Will Alice be able to forgive Misty when she discovers the feelings Misty has harbored for her all these years?
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