That I’d dropped the pregnancy test didn’t even occur to me until I stood on it. My heel pressed down, grinding of its own accord. Plastic cracked and splintered, the noise strangely satisfying. I just stamped on it, over and over, trampling the bastard, pounding it into the scuffed wooden floor. God yeah, the good vibes just flowed. The first test soon met the same fate. I didn’t stop until I was panting and only wreckage remained on the floor. That felt so much better. So I’d been knocked up by a rock star. Big deal.
Lizzy’s life is forever changed after she spent the night with rockstar Ben Nicholson.
Her plans are in ruins and she’s got all new responsibilities awaiting her.
The closer he got and the more I saw, the more my body wanted. The way his T-shirt clung to him, dark from perspiration, made me start panting. The salty scent of sweat coming from his body got me sky-high. I’d sincerely love to explore what else he enjoyed doing that involved getting overheated. Hells yes, sign me up for some of that.
Ben’s fighting temptation, in the form of his best friends little sister in law. When warnings aren’t enough and things get taken too far; Ben must decide if he’s really ready to settle down.
Both Ben and Lizzy have to face the consequences of their actions and find a way to be together… Or go their separate ways.
I give this book a 3.8 out of 5 stars. I didn’t like this book as much as I liked Play and Lead. That is probably because I didn’t really care for Ben, every time I would start to like him he would do something to make me seriously dislike him again. Lizzy was likeable but she let Ben slide a bit too much for my liking. I did like that she grew up and stood up for herself more and more as the story progressed though. By the end of the book I liked her a lot more. One thing that I really enjoyed was the friendship between the two (before they messed it up by sleeping together) and their banter was nice as well. There was this point were everything was really crazy after they slept together and I liked watching them try to fix everything even though Ben was mostly acting like an idiot. This can be read as a standalone, but it’s better if it’s read as a part of the series as the other characters from previous books are in here as well.
Read my reviews on the first three books of the series!