Book 3, Black Addiction - Black Addiction
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Good times didn’t last forever. While Beth Hart had enjoyed being the sometimes girlfriend of Max Reynolds—the hot bass player for Black Addiction—she knew it would never be more than a casual fling. He was destined for greatness, and she cared too much to hold him back. So, before she lost her heart and her sanity, she said goodbye to the Bronx, moved to Manhattan and left her party-girl days in the past—along with Max.
Nothing made Max happier than being a success in his own right. And in the last few years, he and his band had well and truly earned it. Moving to the city and enjoying the spoils of his new lifestyle made perfect sense, and he loved his new address. It wasn’t his new huge penthouse apartment that got him excited; it was his new neighbor. The one girl he regretted letting go—Beth.
He wanted her back and would do anything to make it happen. Hopefully it wasn’t too late.
Absolutely brilliant! What a great way to finish off the series. This book has everything you need in a rockstar romance. The best bits though were the comedy of errors. I couldn't stop laughing over the Benadryl and babysitting incidents. They made this book real. Loved the story and I am sad this is the last of the rockstar from Gephart as she captures the lifestyles perfectly. This is definitely my favourite of the Black Addiction Series but overall the Lexi series was the best. I can't wait to read more from Gephart.
Max and Beth's story is just as good as everyone's before them. A few twists and turns in another well written book. Sad to see the last of the Black Addiction series but I have already preordered the next book and eagerly await another new world of T Gephart characters.
Knew it would be great!!!
Max and Beth's story is so beautiful!! Ups and downs and so much love!!
Max is a super sweetheart which we knew he would be-though to be in his head and feel it... Just wow!!!
TGephart has done it again