Sing by Anna Edwards

Saving Tate

Hot rockstars on tour. What could possible go wrong?


Tate Gordon is the lead singer of Saving Tate, the hottest new rock band in Seattle. Having been mentored by music legends, Berrettini, for several years, the group are about to head out on their first world tour. Tate’s excited, but he’s struggling at the same time with the secrets he’s been keeping. His friends don’t know the truth about his youth or the confusion running through his head. Will Tate’s past destroy everything the group have been working for when his past returns in a chance encounter?

Zoey Danson is a hot commodity in the record industry, and her boss wants her to travel with one of his top clients, Saving Tate, as they embark on their world tour. She’s not entirely sure about being stuck on a tour bus with four famously horny men but mounting debts, thanks to her deadbeat mother, mean she doesn’t have a choice.

When Zoey ascends the steps of the tour bus, looking hot and carrying a clip board with a full itinerary, sparks instantly fly between her and Tate. Can these two keep it professional, or will their instant attraction lead to an explosive disaster no one could have foreseen?

Genre: FICTION / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Language: English

Keywords: rockstars, romance, drama, comedy, coming of age

Word Count: 52400

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Sample text:

“This is complete bullshit. We don’t need to be mothered.” Cameron, our lead guitarist, slams his fist on the table as our manager explains to us we’re to have a full-time publicist traveling with us on the tour. “We don’t need to be babysat. It’s not like we haven’t done this before.”

I groan and lay my head down on the table. I was up until the early hours, writing songs. I don’t need this crap at ten am. I should still be in bed, preferably with my dick buried in a willing pussy. Instead, it’s full steam ahead with the final preparations for Saving Tate’s world tour starting next week.

“See, Tate thinks it’s bullshit too,” Cameron continues.

“You sure about that? He looks to me like he wants to sleep.” Liam, the band's drummer, thumps me hard on the back. “Did you have a good night? Was she warm and flexible?”

I slide my arm from under my head and flip him the bird.

“This, right here, is why we feel it’s important to have someone with you. You’re all young lads, single and good-looking. It’s been a disastrous mixture in the past, and we want to make sure it isn’t this time,” the band’s middle-aged manager, Fred Wilder, explains.




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