Release Date: July 10, 2019
Savage is the world’s biggest rock star.
twenty-five, he’s got it all.
Fame. And the adoration of fans everywhere.
that was enough to make him forget his past.
transform his distrusting heart.
that’s not how it works…
meets a bridesmaid hiding out in a hotel bar.
the only girl on the planet who doesn’t know who he is.
seems to be the one girl who can give him something no one else can.
Prescott just discovered her boyfriend cheating—at her sister’s wedding.
escape humiliation, she seeks refuge in a hotel bar.
trying to figure out how to pick up the pieces of what was supposed to be an
amazing senior year in college, a handsome stranger interrupts her
who quickly makes her forget why she’s there.
after an unforgettable night, disappears without a second glance.
away doesn’t always mean letting someone go.
Kozart Savage is a bona fide rock star. Looking from the outside, he has everything. Unfortunately all the fame and fortune that comes is not enough to fill the gaps in his soul. Until he finds the only woman in the world who doesn’t know him but makes his complete.
After finding her boyfriend infraganti, at her sister’s wedding, with one of the bride’s maids, Aubrey Prescot fled to the hotel’s bar to drown her sorrows, until a gorgeous stranger crashes her pity party of one. He not only makes her laugh and feel beautiful, he helps her save face at the wedding, and spends a wonderful night with her. He left without a goodbye, until a text message from an unknown caller appears on Aubrey’s cellphone.
J. Nathan knows how to weave a hooking yarn and her story of a rock star falling for the kind and caring Aubrey is executed flawlessly.
I loved this story so, so hard! I loved its rhythm and flow, and the way Kozart didn’t want to reveal his identity to Aubrey because he felt comfortable with the girl who saw the real man.
Kozart and Aubrey together were wonderful, their banter in person or texts was spot on. I loved how sweet and thoughtful Kozart was with her. I admired Aubrey’s strength and found her sarcasm charming.
I read this story in one sitting loving every minute of it. I also enjoyed reading about Aubrey’s friends and family. I given the chance, I can’t diced if I’d want to read about her friends first or about Kozart’s bandmates.
Kozart is a standalone rocker romance by J. Nathan. It is a perfect rocker romance told from the both point of view, and has a delicious happy ending. No cliffhanger.
out, gasping as someone grabbed my arm and pulled me out the nearby exit
ended up in.
smirk on his face.
behold, here you are.”
over the phone, if not more as it echoed in the alley.
dragging-me-out-of-the-bar-into-a-dark-alley thing,” I added.
is the author of new adult and sports romances with cocky heroes and sassy
heroines. When she’s not writing, she’s a total romance junkie! Add an alpha
male who’s unlikable in the beginning…even better. She loves guys in backward
hats, country music, the summertime, and her amazing family and friends.