Give Me Love
no. 1, Give Me - Give Me, no. 1
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Evie Jamieson, a former wild child, is not only a headstrong, smart-mouthed trouble magnet, she is also a lead singer with a plan. That plan involves relocating her band, including her two best friends guitarist Henry and band manager Mac, to Sydney to kick off their dreams of hitting the big time.
Jared Valentine is the older brother of Evie's best friend Mac and also the man determined to make Evie his. They strike up a long distance friendship which suits Evie because she's determined to avoid the distraction of love, not only because it doesn't fit in with her plan but because twice in the past it has left her for dead. Moving to Sydney however, has put her directly in Jared's path and he has decided it's the perfect opportunity to make his play.
Unfortunately Jared, co-owner in a business that 'consults' in dangerous hostage and kidnapping situations, makes an enemy who's determined to enact revenge. When this enemy puts Evie in his sights, Jared not only has a fight on his hands to make her his own, but also to keep her alive.
Is accepting the love he's so desperate to give worth the risk to both her heart...and her life?
I loved this book!!! I didn't have high hopes but once I started I couldn't put it down!! Amazing worth the read to anyone that likes a good romance with a lot of fun and danger
This book was such a delight to read!! Honestly i can read a book and get bored within minutes but this book left me hooked from the beginning and left wanting me more :) Such an exiting book. I fell in love with the characters and ( just saying ) I reaaaally hope the author writes some more stories coming from them, especially Henry!!! and mac . x
One of the best books I've ever read!!
This definitely has to be one of the best books I have ever read, I could not put it down, I'm sad that I've now finished reading it, but it's definitely worth reading and I'll be sure to read it again