About the Book
From the outside, Kate Roper has life all figured out—a career as a social worker, friends who love her, and a perfectly sensible relationship with a loyal but boring man. She has her life sorted neatly into boxes…until she meets Danny, a tortured artist with a troubled past. They say opposites attract, and Danny’s sexual confidence intrigues Kate. His tattoos enthrall her. He is everything she doesn’t think she needs, yet she craves what he has to offer.
Art therapy sessions at a local therapy centre have saved Danny from his tormented past. But when Kate shows up with her positivity, paint brushes and flirty skirts, Danny can’t seem to escape the grim reminders she triggers of when he needed help the most and was left to bury the past under his addictions.
Danny doesn’t do romance. He does sex. Amazing sex. He can teach Kate the art of orgasms so that his Miss Goody Two Shoes learns the difference between monotonous and mind-blowing…
As their relationship intensifies, their pasts collide. They soon find that they have more in common than they ever would have thought, but can Kate and Danny find their truths in the unlikeliest of relationships?
This novel contains strong language and graphic descriptions of sex; therefore this novel is only suitable for 18+
This is the third book in the Music and Letters series but can be read as a standalone.
I could feel his influence in everything I did...I couldn’t seem to get enough
What a white-knuckle read this turned out to be!
Danny Benedichi and Kate Roper are such different people, both in terms of upbringing, the way they conduct themselves and where life has taken them to date. Danny is chasing the high of sex while people-pleaser Kate finds herself in stuck in a rut.
These two have the ability to build each other up to great heights and also the weapons to tear each other apart. It’s a fine line they’re treading and I found it part of the thrill to be on their tumultuous journey.
When Danny and Kate get together, they are explosive. Danny takes Kate on a sensual, carnal journey as together they explore and push their boundaries.
The story is quite intense but the humour and support offered by her friends Abi, Elle and Gem – who all appear in previous books – provides a needed outlet.
I have enjoyed all the books in the Music & Letters series, and I am looking forward to the next one.
About the Author
Lynsey's background revolves around helping, advocating and supporting children, young people, and their families. Her Monday morning mantra is: ‘If no one likes my books, I can always continue with the day job…’