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Being the new bassist for Shaft is a dream come true for Ireland Tyler. Sold out stadiums and screaming fans are just bonuses to being able to play music she loves. The only downside is it brings her face to face with a blast from her past and her only regret: Dominick Bradford.
The second in command of security for the band may go by Mack now, but all Ireland sees is the boy who used her and left her broken hearted when they were just seventeen years old. Could this be her chance at revenge after all these years, or will it cause old feelings to rise to the surface and cost more than she is prepared to give?
Mack has been the number two and the butt of most jokes for as long as he can remember. When he is suddenly thrust into the top dog position he is determined to prove he has what it takes to run the security team during the last leg of the tour.
The only thing he didn’t count on was Ireland Tyler.
The wild and crazy bassist is far from the sweet and naïve girl he met all those years ago and it has him wondering how well he really knew her at all. Will Mack be able to resist her and do his job, or will he be consumed by the flames and be the one left wanting more this time?
This was a great ending to the series. Mack had me wanting to beat the crap out of him for being such a jerk to Ireland in the past. Ireland was always just trying to find some one who would listen to her and cared about her feelings unlike her parents. With Ireland’s crazy rebellion from what she has gone through over the years she is put in the watchful eye of Mack which she doesn’t like what so ever. Then we have the cute and wild Jasmine the daughter of Hunter. she is always catching you off guard with the crazy things she says. Ireland falls in love with the little girl that Mack has been watching over while the group was on tour. Jasmine in turn claims Ireland as her best friend.
I was glad to see we didn’t miss out on some of Shaft’s favorite game…X-rated scrabble. Of course the craziness happens in the story with Shaft out on the road and Ireland on a mission to drive Mack crazy. I was glad to see the story end on a positive note and hope this will not be the last that we see of Shaft.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
REVIEW BY LINDSEY OF DRC PROMOTIONS REVIEW TEAM