Lucas Blade by Jenna Galicki




Title: Lucas Blade
Series: Radical Rock Stars: Next Generation Duet #1
Author: Jenna Galicki
Genre: Adult Contemporary Rock Star Romance
Release Date: August 1, 2019



Blurb

He’s the son of guitar legend, Tommy Blade. He’s smart. He’s gorgeous. He’s talented beyond belief. He’s perfect. And he knows it. He’s also giving me the opportunity of a lifetime. He’s trying to teach me his wisdom, but I just want to play music. He’s so damn confident and self-assured it makes me crazy. He’s also breaking through all of my barriers.

She’s a spitfire. She’s got a smart mouth and an answer for everything. I’m trying to help her, but she’s fighting me every step of the way. She challenges me, something no one has ever done before. I can’t stand her, but I can’t stop thinking about her, either.

Lucas Blade was born into a world of extravagance.
Sindy Cavanaugh can barely afford to pay for necessities.
He has a close and loving family who support him.
She has dysfunctional parents who only call her for money.
Their backgrounds couldn’t be more different, but music brought them together.
From the moment they meet, they challenge one another with defiant attitudes and oversized egos, and their constant arguing disrupts rehearsals. They come to realize that the turbulence between them is really only a guise for suppressed passion. With their band about to go mainstream, they need to figure out if they should put their feelings on hold or risk everything they’ve worked toward.







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Excerpt

Lucas slowly rolled onto the bed and stared up at the ceiling, wearing a beautiful smile. Not a cocky grin or a teasing smirk. Just a happy, beautiful smile that made his face light up and enhanced his handsome features.
It was so easy to see why she fell for him when he was like this. But, as the euphoria dissipated, reality and rationality invaded Sindy’s brain. What was she doing? What the hell was wrong with her? Since when did she have such little self-control over physical desire? And with Tessa right down the hall, she was pushing boundaries too far. She was too smart to be this stupid and slipped out of Lucas’ bed to quietly pick up her clothing.
“Where are you going?”
“Shh. I have to get back to Tessa’s room before she wakes up and notices I’m not there.”
“Why don’t you want her to know we’re sleeping together?”
“Be quiet,” she whispered. “Because we’re bandmates about to embark on a career. And you’re Tessa’s brother. And she’s my best friend. And we’re not sleeping together.”
He gave her a sly smile as his eyes washed over her body. “No?”
“No.” Why was she standing there, naked, having a conversation with him? This was ridiculous. She stepped into her panties and her shorts and pulled the tank top over her head.
“My sister likes you. She’s never liked anyone I dated. She’ll be happy we’re together.”
“No. She won’t. She’s protective of those she loves, and she’s not going to let anyone interfere with the success of Prodigy. And we’re not together, so stop saying that.”
“It’s not that big of a deal. You’re blowing this out of proportion.”
She closed her eyes and exhaled a deep breath. This was too complicated. “For once in my life, I want no drama.”
“You got drama, baby. Like it or not, you can’t stay away from me. And I can’t stay away from you.”
She scowled at him, angered by his assumption that she found him irresistible. He got her so worked up she could scream. She lunged at him and grabbed his face in her hands and kissed him, harder than expected. She hadn’t planned on kissing him. She wanted to shake some sense into him, but the moment her hands touched his stubbled cheeks her hormones jumped to attention. She kissed him deeply, with so much passion that she wondered where it came from. When she pulled back he had a wide grin on his face.
“Told you.”
He was such a smart ass. It equally annoyed her and made her smile. “Knock it off. I’m going back to Tessa’s room.” She reached for the door handle, paused, and looked back at Lucas. “This didn’t happen.”
“If you say so.” His coy smile widened. “And it won’t happen again next time, either.”
She snorted and laughed. “You’re ridiculous.”
“Maybe. But you know I’m right. Because there will be a next time. And a time after that. And a time after that.”






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Author Bio


Jenna Galicki writes in multiple genres including m/m/f, m/f, and m/m. She is predominantly known for her Radical Rock Stars Series. The Prince of Punk Rock (Radical Rock Stars Book 1) was a finalist in the 2015 Bisexual Book Awards.

A native New Yorker, she now resides in Southern California. She’s a Rottweiler enthusiast and an avid music buff. When she’s not hunched over a computer, you can find her front row at a rock concert.


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