What do you do when all your dreams crash and Fall?
Keep Rage together at all costs…
Powerhouse PA Dimity Graham is off her game. Her career is everything to her and she never lets anything personal mess that up.
So how can she explain getting busy between the sheets with Rage’s nice-guy drummer Seth Curran?
She’s supposed to be keeping this band out of trouble, not getting into it.
But before she can put everything back where it belongs, Seth needs her help.
Faking a relationship seemed like a good idea that night, right before they fell into bed together.
But standing on New Zealand soil, facing the people he disappointed to pursue his dream, Seth doubts he and Dimity will convince anyone they’re hot and crazy for each other.
To his surprise, Dimity is working her magic on everyone and they’re all convinced this is the real deal.
The problem is, he’s almost convinced, too.
Buy Link: Amazon
About the Author:
New Zealander Karina Bliss’s debut, Mr Imperfect, won a Romantic Book of the Year award in Australia, and three of her thirteen books have won Desert Island Keeper reviews at likesbooks.com. The first of her Rock Solid romances’ RISE, continued the story of Zander Freedman, who first appeared as a villain in Karina’s bestselling title, What the Librarian Did – a book that made DearAuthor’s Best of the Year list in 2010. Two of Karina’s books have also featured in Sizzling Book Chats at SmartBitchesTrashyBooks.
2016 will see two more books published in the Rock Solid series.
PLAY, a novella, continues the story of Jared and Kayla and is included in an anthology – You Had Me At Christmas with Molly O’Keefe, Stephanie Doyle, Jennifer Lohmann and Laura Florand. Out October 17.
FALL – Dimity and Seth’s story will be released November 15.
In October 2015, she released Woo Me as one of a three-novella anthology – The Outback Bachelor Ball – with Joan Kilby and Sarah Mayberry.
When I was first offered an ARC of Fall by my friend, Karina Bliss, she asked me to let her know what I thought of Dimity.
Amazon has this interesting process for leaving a review: the reader is given choices on whether they think the book has violence-No (though Dimity is tempted more than once), the mood- Hopeful (if she can just get Zee to listen), and how do you judge the characters, one-dimensional, developed, or complex.
I have read many, many books and done hundreds of reviews and I have never checked complex- until now.
Dimity is like a rough diamond. She’s hard, strong, and has so many facets to her character even she gets confused. I loved her!
She wants the very best for the band she manages like a mother hen and is determined to change their fearless leader’s mind when he decides to give up his career for the sake of a new start with the love of his life. Dimity is sure Zander is making a grave mistake that will affect not only himself, but the entire band, including the sexy drummer with issues of his own, and she’s determined to change his mind.
One of my favorite elements of this story is her fear of children, and how that sort of 🙂 changes over the course of the book. Karina does an excellent job of creating a not-soon-forgotten character that we can all relate to in one way or another.
I give Fall 5 lovely kisses- A highly recommended read!