The road was not the place for history. It was bound to get ugly.
This is the final book about the Power Station boys and whilst it wasn’t my favourite out of the three, it was still a wonderful end to a great series.
Jason Irwin is the dark horse of the band, he is a controlled man and is always the one looking after his band-mates, specifically Dan and Troy when they were in their single days.
He was struggling with some terrible demons when he came across Power Station at a gig in Canada. They saved him when they offered him a job as keyboard player, and not long after that they were famous.
In between the time of meeting the band and hitting the big time, he became very friendly with Troy’s sweet and innocent, eighteen year old neighbour, Angie.
Angie Morelli learnt a valuable lesson in life when she fell in love with a man seven years her senior who then left her in the dust, and now 10 years later she is very bitter about relationships and has nothing but contempt for Jase, who she has tried so hard to forget about.
When Power Station lose their opening act, Troy comes up with the idea that Angie and her small time band could fill the gap which leads us to a love/hate relationship filled with lots of angry sex and hidden secrets that are bursting to be revealed.
“That’s why meaningless sex was best, except meaningless sex should be emotionless too. And with Jason, it wasn’t.
Unfortunately for me, Troy Harris was hard to beat and whilst I did warm to Jase, he was a little too quiet for my tastes and Angie was a bit over the top with her bitchiness for me to fall in love with her.
Still, I do recommend this series and really love the authors writing style and look forward to discovering what else she has to offer outside of the band.
This is the third and final book in the Power Station series, but can be read as a standalone. Told in dual POV.
ARC gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review
T’s approach to life has been somewhat unconventional. Rather than going to University, she jumped on a plane to Los Angeles, USA in search of adventure. While this first trip left her somewhat underwhelmed and largely depleted of funds it fueled her appetite for travel and life experience.
With a rather eclectic resume, which reads more like the fiction she writes than an actual employment history, T struggled to find her niche in the world.
While on a subsequent trip the United States in 1999, T met and married her husband. Their whirlwind courtship and interesting impromptu convenience store wedding set the tone for their life together, which is anything but ordinary. They have lived in Louisiana, Guam and Australia and have traveled extensively throughout the US. T has two beautiful young children and one four legged child, Woodley, the wonder dog.
An avid reader, T became increasingly frustrated by the lack of strong female characters in the books she was reading. She wanted to read about a woman she could identify with, someone strong, independent and confident and who didn’t lack femininity. Out of this need, she decided to pen her first book, A Twist of Fate. T set herself the challenge to write something that was interesting, compelling and yet easy enough to read that was still enjoyable. Pulling from her own past “colorful” experiences and the amazing personalities she has surrounded herself with, she had no shortage of inspiration. With a strong slant on erotic fiction, her core characters are empowered women who don’t have to sacrifice their femininity. She enjoyed the process so much that when it was over she couldn’t let it go.
T loves to travel, laugh and surround herself with colorful characters. This inevitably spills into her writing and makes for an interesting journey – she is well and truly enjoying the ride!
Based on her life experiences, T has plenty of material for her books and has a wealth of ideas to keep you all enthralled.