- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- May 2019
- Book 1 of Discord's Desire
Danica Maslanka is a survivalist at heart, and after the way she screwed over the guys of Discord's Desire in their time of need, Trevor Arceneaux wants nothing to do with her. Except when their tour brings them to Sin City and they run into Danica once more, he can't get the leannan sidhe off his mind.
She's in dire straits, hunted by the same man who enslaved Trevor for most of his life. He doesn't trust her for a heartbeat, but he also can't turn away someone in such a similar circumstance as his own. As their path leads them closer to a confrontation against his former owner, Trevor's loathing for Danica strips away until he finds himself falling for the tough, independent woman. Danica betrayed them once, but as something real blossoms between them, if she backstabs them this time, his trust will be shattered for good.
Jun 20, 2019 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
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HYPNOTIZING BEAT is the second book in the Discord's Desire series, and we reunite with our notorious rockers. We find out that Kieran and Liz are blissfully happy still, but Trev is edging closer to the edge with every sleepless night. Of course, the massive bounty on his head might have something to do with his insomnia, but it isn't the only cause. Danica's past has also risen up to bite her behind, and she needs the help of Trev. The only trouble is... the band haven't yet forgiven or forgotten how she treated them when they needed her.
I will admit to being slightly dubious when I heard Danica was the main female in this story. I didn't like how she behaved in book one (just like the rest of them), and I couldn't see how my opinion would change. As you may have realised, it did. There was enough information given to make you realise the reasons Danica did what she did, and why. That doesn't mean I trust her though. Oh no. I'll leave that to the others!
Full of action, quick-witted one-liners, raucous shenanigans, there is always something going on. The story moves along at a swift yet steady pace, giving you enough detail to enhance your enjoyment whilst not overloading you.
A great addition to the series, and definitely recommended by me.
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