Title: Promise to Fulfill
Series: Music for the Heart #2
Author: Faith Starr
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: October 30, 2018
Trevor Stone, the smooth and sexy drummer of an alternative rock band, has his eyes set on the one woman he can’t have.
Dani Fine is keeping a past secret close to her heart.
Trevor’s promises to his bandmate and to Dani conflict with each other.
Is keeping a promise worth losing everything that is important to him?
Someone is bound to get hurt.
A silent stare down took place between the two of us. Screw this. “Excuse me.” I huffed in frustration and brushed past him. “Good night, Trevor.”
His hand prevented me from taking another step forward. I snapped around to face him, annoyed he wanted to talk now. I had nothing to say to him, the experience I had witnessed several hours prior still too fresh in my mind to have a rational conversation with the man just yet. He stood frozen, shifting uncomfortably, remaining tongue-tied. “What is it, Trevor? I’m tired and want to go back to sleep.” I hated to sound so cold, but my heart hurt even though it had no right to. He went to speak, but stopped himself.
“Want a bite?” Yes, I do. But not of the muffin you’re holding in front of my mouth. I took a deep breath to get my bearings. I leaned forward and took it from her. My lips made contact with the soft skin of her fingers. Damn. Whoever thought eating a muffin and having a cup of tea wasn’t a turn-on had never been in my shoes. This shit was hot. I wasn’t referring to her tea either.
MEET FAITH STARR
When I’m not managing my husband’s medical practice or taking care of things for one of my three kids, I love writing romance fiction.
There is absolutely nothing like getting into the minds of my characters, bringing them to life, and giving them a life of their own with all the emotions that go along with it. I am swept away, head over heels in love, with each and every alpha male I create and the confident women who steal their hearts.
Being a romantic at heart, with a bit of a dirty mind, I relish creating stories that touch upon readers’ heartstrings, provoke thought, and hopefully provide a bit of insight into some heavy topics.
Being married for over twenty-two years ─ holy cow, how time flies ─ I honestly believe in “Once Upon a Time” and “Happily Ever After” endings because I found mine. Aww, I know, so mushy. But that’s me, a softie with a big heart. A bit of a nut too.