Blog Tour : Risk Worth Taking by Faith Starr
Title: Risk Worth Taking
Series: Music for the Heart #3
Author: Faith Starr
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 30, 2018
Logan Trimble, the guitarist and bad boy of a famous alternative band, has been burned to the extent he uses women in an effort to mend his broken heart.
Drew Sanders is the love that got away.
A vacation brings the two together unexpectedly.
But how can Drew trust someone who betrayed her, especially when her safety is in jeopardy?
Sometimes taking a risk is the only way to find out.
Risk Worth Taking is book three in the Music For The Heart Series. All books in the series can be read as standalones but are best read in sequence. All of Faith Starr’s books have happily Ever After endings.
*Note to reader: This book contains sensitive material and adult themes. It is recommended for those over 18
My emotions had me so choked up I could barely swallow. I breathed deeply, unsure of what to say. So I acted instead. I took her in my arms and comforted her. Maybe I didn’t have the right words to speak, and maybe I couldn’t undo the past, but I had faith she would give me a chance to right my wrongs.
She had to.She just had to.
When I’m not managing my husband’s medical practice or taking care of things for one of my three kids, I love writing romance fiction.
There is absolutely nothing like getting into the minds of my characters, bringing them to life, and giving them a life of their own with all the emotions that go along with it. I am swept away, head over heels in love, with each and every alpha male I create and the confident women who steal their hearts.
Being a romantic at heart, with a bit of a dirty mind, I relish creating stories that touch upon readers’ heartstrings, provoke thought, and hopefully provide a bit of insight into some heavy topics.
Being married for over twenty-two years ─ holy cow, how time flies ─ I honestly believe in “Once Upon a Time” and “Happily Ever After” endings because I found mine. Aww, I know, so mushy. But that’s me, a softie with a big heart. A bit of a nut too.