The spotlight doesn’t only shine. Sometimes, it burns.
Being the bad-boy bassist for the world’s hottest band has earned Griffin Hancock some perks: a big house, a fast car, and most importantly his incredible wife, Anna. The one thing it hasn’t brought him is the spotlight. Anna tells him to be patient, but he’s tired of waiting. Griffin is no longer waiting for permission to shine.
Without warning, Griffin makes a shocking decision and takes the gamble of a lifetime. Suddenly he’s caught up in a new level of lights, cameras, and chaos. One that pushes his relationship with Anna to its limits. Just as the recognition Griffin seeks is finally within reach, the thing he loves most in life could be slipping through his fingers . . .
Reviewed By Rose.
Apologies for the late reviews. My internet decided it no longer wanted to play and went on a two week holiday.
Griffin annoyed the hell out of me for the first half of the book. I wanted to hunt him down and give him a shake, But then something amazing happened. Griffin blossomed (I know blossomed and Griffin doesn’t really go together but…) in to a real man and my my my it was a sight to see. He had so many ups and downs I was getting whiplash.
“Nobody put Hulk in the corner. Nobody.”
I laughed a lot, Griffin is hysterical in a way I doubt he even realises.
What I never expected was for my heart to break for him. Griffin was never born to be ordinary.
The climb he has to do to get back to where he began was quite a twist, one I never expected, I had a slight feeling of the twist ended but then my heart grew a little bigger for all the guys.
We still get plenty of the regular characters too, I loved hearing from them but without them taking over the story line.
This is a solid 4.5 stars from me. The reason being is a found the start dragged a little and I found myself zoning out but once I hit 50% Griff had my full attention.