SING FOR ME
THE SECOND NOVEL IN THE BALEFIRE SERIES
MY LIFE WAS A ROCK N' ROLL PARTY. UNTIL I MET THE GIRL NEXT DOOR.
My entire life is my music—and all the trappings that come with it. Sex, booze, and rock ’n’ roll is all I ever wanted. Touring the world as the lead singer of Balefire, I have it all. Until on hiatus, I meet the girl next door.
Ashleigh Baker is nothing like the groupies and celebrities who usually have all my attention. In her cute floppy hat with her knees stained with dirt, she spends her days creating a flowering show piece from her rented yard. She’s the most gorgeous woman I’ve ever met, and she acts like she doesn’t want a damn thing to do with me. But from the moment I laid eyes on her, she’s all I can think about.
Growing up the only child of an Air Force Colonel, all I wanted was to stay in one place for more than a minute. When I score a pretty little house with a long-term lease, I just want to grow my flowers and my freelancing gig as a music reviewer. Then a loud Harley wakes me from a sound sleep and I discover my neighbor is Blu Connolly. Yeah, that Blu Connolly, lead singer for my favorite band Balefire. With his killer good looks and panty-melting voice, he’s a walking temptation to sin. Though I do my best to avoid him, it seems Blu has other ideas. He’s on a mission to wear me down, let him in, but what happens when he stops wanting to sing for me?
TAM DERUDDER JACKSON | ROMANCE NOVELIST
Tam DeRudder Jackson is the author of the paranormal romance Talisman Series and the
contemporary romance Balefire Series. Her favorite “room” in her house is her patio where she
dreams up stories of romance and risk. When she’s not writing her latest paranormal or
contemporary romance, you can find her driving around in her convertible with the top down or
carving turns on the slopes of the local ski hill. The mom of two grown sons, Tam likes to travel,
attend rock concerts, watch football and soccer, and visit old car shows with her husband. She
lives in the mountains of northwest Wyoming where she spends most of her free time trying to
read all the books. Her TBR piles are threatening to take over her office, and she’s fine with that.