More Jade (Love You More Rock Star Romance #1) by Laura Pavlov
And then I met Cruz Winslow…
He’s everything I’m not, and then some — a budding musician, he’s cocky and arrogant. He’s at ease in every situation and treats me like I’m the only person who exists.
Together we’re in sync with everything we do and I’m falling hard and fast for him.
He’s also a complicated boy and although I can’t begin to understand the life he’s lived, I want to be there for him in every way possible.
And that’s how it happened.
Slowly but surely, he’s captured my heart —
One I wasn’t prepared to give away…
Jade Moore is not my type…
She’s a good girl and has her entire life mapped out. I’ve never met anyone like her.
The girl is disciplined and determined.
She follows the rules.
She’s sunshine and girl next door.
I’m sex and booze.
We don’t mix.
But from the minute I lay my eyes on her, I’m done for. She’s everything I never knew
And now all I want is…more Jade.
Excerpt More Jade by Laura Pavlov
Maybe this was a form of Stockholm syndrome. She’d sucked me into her nerdy little world, and now I wanted more. Like a psychological phenomenon, I’d developed positive feelings for my captor. A girl I had nothing in common with.
She would despise my world. She was sunshine and rainbows and I was booze and sex. Speaking of sex–wouldn’t mind having some with my captor. Something about her goodness screamed virgin, which was not something I ever wanted to mess around with. There were girls who took that shit seriously, and many who didn’t.
I tended to stick with the latter.
She was probably saving herself for something or someone special.
That was definitely not me.
But I guarantee if I spent one night with her, I’d want to tattoo More Jade across my body.
After I rocked her fucking world, of course.
“Are you seriously reading my text? You know that’s an invasion of privacy,” she said.
She was angry, which told me she was as frustrated as I was.
“What if I am? Maybe I’m looking out for you. You shouldn’t meet random dudes alone. Who knows what he’s capable of?”
“You’re insane. He’s a super nice guy. He didn’t even do anything. Your bully of a bouncer made it into a big thing and now he feels terrible.”
“My bully of a bouncer? He saved your ass. And he was doing me a favor, so you’re welcome,” I said, dropping my book on the table.
“I knew you were behind it. Have you always been a hypocrite, or is this new for you?”
I laughed. She was fucking hilarious. “I think always is safe.”
“You had a naked girl in your room yesterday. Why do you care who I talk to?”
“I don’t know.” It was the truth.
“Wow. What a great answer. Let me know when you figure it out. Can we get to work? I have a friend to meet for coffee at noon.” She gave me a fake smile and responded to the douchebag.