by S.M. West
Publication Date: October 21, 2021
Tropes: Rockstar romance, celebrity, single dad/single parent, opposites attract
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Rush – noun: a surging of emotion
My life is falling apart.
Fired from my job.
Blacklisted across NYC.
At odds with my mother.
The only thing good I have to hold on to is the memory of my steamy one-night stand.
Only I had no idea who Eli was…
Or that I’d end up working on his movie set.
The spark between us threatens to reignite every time we’re near each other.
But Eli wants more than just hot sex.
He has a daughter and wants a partner in life.
I’m seeking answers about my past and trying to plan my future.
Commitment is the last thing I want.
Yet, I’m unable to resist his pull and his passion.
His touch eases the turmoil in my life.
His kiss takes me to another place.
And the more time I spend with him and his daughter,
the harder it becomes to break away.
Though when forced to choose between Eli or a chance at a fresh start, I’m not sure I can risk it all for love.
Rush is the fourth and final full-length novel in the Trojan series—a rockstar romance series that takes place after the band breaks up. Novels in the series are interconnected standalones, each with an HEA. Reading them in order is not crucial but recommended for the best reader experience.
Clutch (Trojan #1)
Reverb (Trojan #2)
Smash (Trojan #3)
Rush (Trojan #4)
ABOUT S.M. WEST
S.M. West writes romantic suspense and sexy, angsty contemporary romance. She’s a self-professed junkie of wine, chocolate and travel. If she isn’t writing or hanging with her family, she can be found planning her next adventure!
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