Genre: Contemporary Romance
A rock star, the girl from his past and a Disney
Find out what happens when Liam Oliver is unplugged from Blue Phoenix.
“A rock star doesn’t return to his
humble beginnings and whisk away the girl he kissed once. Especially if she has
a four year old and her relationship status is ‘it’s complicated’.”
Blue Phoenix bass player, Liam Oliver discovers pictures of his fiancée with another
man and his world crashes around him. He packs up his humiliation and hurt and flies
back to his Welsh family home for Christmas.
Cerys Edwards once had pictures of Liam Oliver covering her
bedroom wall. Her best friend’s big brother never gave her the time of day when
they were growing up. When she was fifteen, he left town leaving Cerys with her
fantasies. Now he’s back. The problem is, she has a daughter and a broken
relationship of her own. Do they have a second chance?
In the world of his Christmas past, Cerys and
Liam reconnect. Are they two hurt people looking for comfort in a time of
heartbreak or does Cerys have a place in Liam’s future too?
Months later and unplugged from his Blue Phoenix
lifestyle, Liam reconnects with Cerys. He discovers Cerys’s world is full of
complications he never expected – including Ella’s father who isn’t happy about
being replaced by a rock star.
Unplugged is more than a rock star romance. This
is a story of second chances, family and unexpected bonds made that can’t be broken.
This is book three of the Blue Phoenix rock star
series but can be read as a standalone – Liam and Cerys are
minor characters in the first two books.
faces touch, his rough cheek against my forehead, and I know if I move my head
a few centimetres, our mouths will meet and our worlds will shift.
kissing you still wrong?” I ask.
lips are meant to be on mine.” He moves his face. The static charge of our
mouths so close and the snow drifting onto our bodies drag us into a surreal
world. The shift happens. I slide my cheek along his, the stubble scratching my
skin as my lips meet the edge of his.
world is covered in white, hidden from reality; a reality that I hate
currently. I can escape for an evening, maybe a few days, and allow his
blizzard to overwhelm me. If life is the same struggle when everything melts
away again, a few moments lost in a fantasy after months of feeling worthless
are what I need and worth the consequences.
digs his hand into my hair and crashes his mouth against mine. I gasp in
surprise at the force as he delves his tongue into my mouth, sliding against
mine. When Liam kissed me in the bedroom the other day, there was a tension in
him where he held back part of himself. Was this because Liam knew I did too?
This time the world falls away completely as we kiss frantically, noses bumping
as he pulls me into the snowstorm that is Liam Oliver.
moves to kiss my cheeks, a delicious scrape against my skin as his hot lips
burn into my cool neck. He slides a hand around my waist, beneath my coat and
holds me against him. Convinced my legs are going to give way and cursing the lack
of walls for Liam to press me against, I grip his sleeve.
nudges his nose back across my face, hot breath mingling with mine and misting
in the air. “Definitely feels right,” he whispers.
Liam kisses me so gently that he takes my soul and pulls it apart. My head
spins as the intensity of the slow kiss fills me with a craving for this man
that will never be satiated. This is more than feeling right, this is our
hearts open and raw finding their way together.
means when they’re torn apart again the pain will kill me.
heat we create counteracts the falling temperature around us but the cold of
reality isn’t far. I pull my face away; I need to pull myself out of this.
(Blue Phoenix #1) – Dylan & Sky (99c)
(These two books must be read in order – book
one has a cliffhanger and book two completes the story)Unplugged
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and writes both paranormal and contemporary, often with a side of snark. In
between running a business, looking after her family and writing, Lisa
sometimes finds spare time to do other things. This often involves swapping her
book worlds for gaming worlds. Lisa is originally from the UK but moved to
Australia in 2001 and now lives in Perth in Western Australia with her husband,
three children and dog.