Sunday, January 27, 2013

Fury by Michelle Pace and Tammy Coons

FuryFury by Michelle Pace
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

At the height of their career, Fury is about to break out into the United States. Wanting the right publicity, they allow magazine writer Cheyenne Carson and photographer Stephanie Brier to join them for a month on tour, at least their manager does. The band is not even aware of it and since they don't do interviews they are not overly excited about their new company.

Bassist Scot is instantly intrigued by Cheyenne, something about her pulls him to her and that she is not fawning over him like a besotted groupie is even more enticing. Cheyenne wants this article to be the best, she knows they took a big chance on her given them this assignment and although she would like there to be something more with Scot, she doesn't want to jeopardize her job. Like two magnets pulled together, it is difficult to resist the pull when it comes to chemistry. Outside influences as well as a few plans for sabotage could ruin the article, tour, and newly kindled relationship that is forming for Cheyenne and Scot.

I enjoyed this one, I thought that the story was for the most part believable and liked that there was a sub story for Stephanie. If you are into stories about rock stars this one well worth reading.

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