by Katia Rose (Goodreads Author)
Spending three weeks on a bus with your boyfriend, his rock band, and their entire tour crew: possibly a bad idea.
Spending three weeks on a bus with your ex-boyfriend, his rock band, and their entire tour crew: definitely a bad idea.
But with the contract signed and the gigs all booked, Roxanne Nadeau finds herself heading out on the road as the accompanying violinist for reigning rock gods Sherbrooke Station, despite being on less than cordial terms with their bassist.
Not that the situation comes as a surprise. Roxanne and Cole’s near-constant on/off status has become a longstanding joke among their friends, and while the seven years of history between the two might suggest that resistance is futile, Roxanne’s determined to make this breakup their last.
Cole’s equally convinced he can use the opportunity to win her back for good.
Some conniving band-mates, way too many long drives, and the insanity of tour life all turn the bus into a pressure cooker that would detonate even the most stable of relationships. The explosion is inevitable; it’s how much of themselves they can salvage from the rubble that Roxanne and Cole will need to figure out.
Your Chorus is part of the Sherbrooke Station Quartet, a series of steamy rock star standalones from author Katia Rose.
Finally we get Cole’s story. And what a story that is.
Cole and Roxanne are on one of their many break ups. This one lasting longer than others, already lasting 6 months. But Cole needs her. He needs her to play with the band during their up coming tour. The same tour that he was suppose to find a replacement violinist. But he held out hope. Hope she would come back. Hope that she would be his again. So yes he did not find a replacement.
Roxanne is pissed. She is always pissed. She did not want to fall back into Cole again. And she did not want to tour with the band. But Cole did not keep his promise. Another ploy to get her back.
Will Roxanne be able to finally walk away from Cole?
Cole and Roxanne are each other’s life color. Without one or the other in the life, their life has less color. Their chemistry is magnetic. They try so hard to pull apart, but are always drawn back together. Each with a dark past that has molded and shaped them into the individuals they are. Cole is so calm and collected. Always wanting to be in control of his feelings. So afraid of turning into his father. Roxanne is broken and feels like she wants to fix herself, but not quite sure how. She feels that she is bad luck and always breaks everything and everyone.
Wow what an ending to Sherbrooke Station’s romance. With this last book we get the real truth behind Roxanne and Cole. We learn the rough road that they travel together. We see the ups and downs of the relationship that defines them. The troubles they have experienced. The dark pasts that have defined who they are and who they want to become. It is a sad story. A story full of tears and worries. A story of doing things that they don’t want to do. Things that tear them apart from the inside out. We get that glimpse into their life and realize what the cause is for the troubles that they experience.
Overall this book, along with the rest of the series, is amazing. Each member of Sherbrooke Station a tortured soul looking for healing and love. Each finding someone worthy enough to touch them and love them in a special way. Each book contains a well thought out story of troubled souls and their journey to harmony and peace.
If you haven’t read any of these books, then you are missing out. Each book contains the key to love. With amazing characters you are sure to fall in love with each and every one of them. I think personally my favorite is Cole and his story. He seems to be the most tortured soul. Music is his release. As it is with each member of Sherbrooke Station. So grab these books and get ready for an amazing journey of romance and dreams.
Katia Rose is not much of a Pina Colada person, but she does like getting caught in the rain. She prefers her romance served steamy with a side of smart, and is a sucker for quirky characters. A habit of jetting off to distant countries means she’s rarely in one place for very long, but she calls the frigid northland that is Canada home.