Author: Jen Frederick
Series: The Woodlands, Book 5
Release Date: March 6, 2017
After years of trying to hit it big with his band, Adam Rees’ dream is finally about to come true. A new lead singer brings with him a hot tour invite, but with a catch—his sister has to come with them. Despite an off-limits edict, Adam is instantly attracted the smart and beautiful Landry. But if he wants to claim his woman, it might be at
the expense of all his ambitions.
Landry Olsen has had success at every stage of her life, except when it comes to men. She’s put her heart on the shelf, but one look at Adam and she’s a goner. The hot rocker heats her from the inside out, and she wants him as much as he wants her. The only thing standing in their way of their happiness is Landry's brother—she ruined his musical hopes before, and she won't do it again. Even if it means saying no to the one guy who makes her believe in love again.
There’s no fruit more tempting than the forbidden kind…
I love anything Jen Frederick writes and this was no different. This can be read as a standalone, but you’ll want to go back and read the others since you’ll want to know the back stories for some of the other characters that are mentioned.
Adam is a musician and the song of a famous rocker dad. When Adam meets Landry he has a case of love at first sight. The only problem? He promised her brother Davis, singer in Adam’s bad MFK, that he wouldn’t do anything. I loved watching him try and fight what he had for her and just keep it friendly. It all seems to be going well, until they can’t fight their attraction to each other anymore.
Landry is a computer geek and hasn’t got much experience in the men department. What she does know is Adam is one hot piece of man that she can’t resist. She doesn’t want to give in to what she feels for him because of her brother and the relationship he has with the band. But some things can’t always be stopped.
I loved their story. Watching them finally give into what they have was perfect. I think what I loved about their story the most though is that they were friends first (even if they had to be because of Davis). But I think their friendship is what made the story even better.