Walsh Clark has survived a lot--alcoholism, the break-up his band, Lush, and the betrayal of the love of his life, Tammy DiLorenzo. Now Walsh is hiding out on a ranch in north Texas, working to stay sober and steer clear of his old life.
Tammy DiLorenzo knows how to be one thing: Walsh Clark's girlfriend. Together since they were fourteen, Walsh and Tammy are a rock and roll institution, and she's not about to give that up, even if Walsh has run away to hide.
When Tammy walks back into Walsh's life, the sparks fly, the heartache is hard, and the damage could be permanent. How much love does it take to forgive? And do Tammy and Walsh have enough of it to survive?
This is the second book in a four book series. I will want to have all four translated. The series is my most popular, and they work well together. While each book is romance for a different member of the band, the band's future is a continuing thread throughout the four books, which keeps readers engaged and purchasing the next in the series.It has nearly 400 Five Star ratings on Goodreads.
The book is written in the "New Adult" style using first person point of view and vernacular language. It also has explicit sex scenes, and deals with issues of substance abuse. If any of these things are a problem for you this might not be the right project for you.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved two things in my life – booze and Tammy DiLorenzo. I lost them both in the last couple of years, and I can sincerely say that it sucks. The nights I wake up in the dark, breathing hard, and feeling hard, remembering the way her silky skin would slide across mine as we made love, her long smooth hair brushing over my chest and abs, her tongue gliding along my cock—yeah, those are the times I need a drink so badly I can almost feel that burn on my tongue, the smoky tang of a good bourbon, rolling all warm and smooth down my throat.
Translation in progress. Translated by Verena Sophia Lyon
Already translated. Translated by Cinta Garcia de la Rosa