Series: Bulletproof #4
Publisher: Beau to Beau Publishing
Publication Date: February 18, 2018
Length: 441 pages
Reviewed by Jenn
Derek has finally met his match!
Derek MacAlister, the wild one. Known for dancing on table tops, partying too hard, and possessing a never-ending thirst for excitement. With his bandmates now settled in committed relationships, he’s the last man standing. The only problem is that he wants to party all night long, but his best friends are content to stay at home. Enter Travis Fontana, a bad boy with a reputation for trouble, and Derek has his partner in crime.
Travis Fontana just scored the gig of a lifetime opening for the nation’s top heavy metal band. He’s a rebel who thrives on pushing the limits of a good time, and Bulletproof’s sexy long-haired guitarist, Derek MacAlister, is right by his side to share the fun. Together, they’re double trouble.
But all is not as it seems. Underneath the painted-on smile and carefree exterior that Travis shows the world lies a tortured soul with a dark past. Little by little, Travis lets Derek see a side of him that no one else knows. Derek, unused to the unfiltered raw honesty that Travis shares, finds that he wants to take care of this troubled, vulnerable man, and turns out to be Travis’ rock in times of crisis.
When the pressures of newfound fame begin to overwhelm Travis, he quickly starts to unravel. Pushed to the breaking point, it becomes clear that even Derek can’t save him. Travis needs to save himself.
I fully admit that I love this series, I love rockstar romances and I love Derek MacAlister! Needless to say, I’ve been pretty excited for this book.
Derek is the lead guitarist of Bulletproof, an iconic heavy metal band. He’s also the last single guy left in the band. All of his bandmates/best friends have found love. Life on the road is changing and Derek needs a new partner in crime. He finds his match in their new opening band’s lead singer, Travis Fontana, honestly...Travis is a bit crazier than Derek. What Derek and Travis see as a chance to have some fun, those around them see as a recipe for disaster. Trav and Derek will work hard and play harder. Derek is a pro at life on the road, but this has all been so new for Travis and it takes a toll on him. Fun and games soon turn very real and people will have big decisions to make.
Now, at the beginning of this review, I mentioned my love for Derek. I still love him, but Travis snuck up and burrowed into my heart. So many moments in this book show a side to this man that is so genuine and softhearted. Travis became a one of a kind character for me, I laughed with him and cheered for him. He also brought me to tears. Derek proved to be a bigger man than I think he thought himself capable of. I can’t say enough how much these guys made me smile. I recommend checking this series out if you haven’t done so! The guys of Bulletproof are never boring and will give you a great ride!
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