Just an Illusion - Side A
D. Kelly, author
One night changed her life… Bestselling author Amelia Greyson has grown up in the music industry and isn’t the slightest bit fazed by fame or celebrities. However, when she attends a Bastards and Dangerous concert with her best friend Belle, her world shifts on its axis. Double trouble… Sawyer and Noah Weston are the front men of BAD. They’re fraternal twins and sexy as sin. When they hear the author of The O Factor is in their green room, they’re intrigued. She’s just the person they need to write their farewell story. The brothers offer Amelia the opportunity of a lifetime, which she reluctantly accepts. Three hearts… Noah is sweet and considerate, working hard to make Amelia feel at home on the road. Unfortunately, the closer they get, the more obnoxious Sawyer becomes. Sawyer is arrogant and distant and he wants Amelia, even though she’s not his for the taking. Only during stolen moments does Sawyer show her who he really is. Can Amelia maintain a safe distance from Sawyer and keep her heart intact? Or will she shatter Noah’s heart by giving hers to his brother instead?
Kelly’s first Just an Illusion rock star romance features memorable characters, sizzling sex, and a page-turning narrative. Bestselling author Amelia Grayson, the child of musicians, returns to her roots when she’s tapped to tour for a year with the popular band Bastards and Dangerous (BAD) and write the ultimate insider’s tell-all book. Amelia is unimpressed by the members of BAD, especially fraternal twins Noah and Sawyer Weston, who both seem intent on charming their way into her bed and her heart. Amelia has a job to do, and she refuses to be distracted by smoldering looks, sexy kisses, or sweet gesture. But over the next few months on the road, she gets to know the band members intimately and falls for Noah, much to his brother’s dismay. When Noah’s ex-girlfriend starts stalking them, things take a darker turn. Kelly does an excellent job of setting up her premise and the emotional beats of this romantic drama. However, it does suffer from occasional dips into overwrought territory, wish fulfillment indulgences, and a life-and-death cliff-hanger. (BookLife)