Lilac by B.B. Reid
From bestselling author B.B. Reid comes an unconventional romance.
I, Braxton Fawn, am the luckiest girl alive.
Or so the world keeps telling me.
Every so often, gods walk the earth. This time they came as musicians. When Bound loses its lead guitarist, yours truly is chosen to fill his shoes. From dive bars to the big stage, my instant claim to fame is nothing short of a fairytale. The only problem?
My new bandmates.
Jaded, gorgeous, and ridiculously talented—they’re determined to turn my dream into a nightmare. It’s no secret I wasn’t their first choice. I wasn’t even their last. The label wants a new image, Bound wants me gone, but I’ve got my own agenda.
To succeed I have to survive a world tour, public scrutiny, and idols turned enemies. But the biggest threat of all isn’t a meticulous front man, a narcissistic bassist, and a drummer with too many secrets.
Somehow, I must resist the temptation of Houston Morrow, Loren James, and Jericho Noble.
It seemed easy enough when I boarded their tour bus, but it only took one city for the lines we’d drawn to blur.
Only ninety-nine more to go.
Lilac is a reverse harem and standalone suitable for ages 18+.
– rockstar romance
– reverse harem
So many rockstars, so little time…
When I made a post about bisexual romances, someone recommended this book to me. I’d never read BB Reid before but I do love rockstar romances, I’m about some angry enemies-to-lovers and I certainly enjoy reverse harems. I was excited to see what/where/how the bisexual/queer romance came in.
The book was well-written and I really did like the characters. I thought the enemies-to-lovers aspect wasn’t as fully realized as it could have been and that there were definitely some parts that were drawn out. I found myself getting a little frustrated at the situations where communication would have been key!! But then that’s humans, amirite?!
The steam was delicious and there were some swords crossing so I was happy to see that was true! It was well-written, if a little long, and I really enjoyed the main and secondary characters. I would definitely pick up another book by BB Reid.