Series: Off the Record #4
Author: Madelynne Ellis
Genre: Rockstar Romance
Tropes: Polyamory/Bisexual Lead/BDSM
Release Date: August 8, 2023
When you hit rock bottom, the only option left is to rise.
When damaged, elusive rock guitarist Spook Mortensen reunites with his former band to record a new album, it sets him on an unavoidable collision course with his former girlfriend, feisty temptress, producer, Allegra Hutton.
Alle has never given up on her man. Their chemistry remains off the charts, as undeniable now after months apart as the first time they met. Moreover, she sees through Spook’s pain and self-recriminations to the damaged soul beneath.
Only by winning his trust, can Alle hope to mend his heart and secure their future. That means exposing herself to the deviant desires he’s kept in check most of his adult life. Desires her family and the world are still judging him for. Desires that mean, she’ll have to beg him to make her his, while pretending she doesn’t want him to.
Revive is an angsty, spicy, heart-wrenching rockstar romance with flawed characters, a damaged man in need of redemption, a feisty, tenacious heroine who always rises to the fight and knows when to hold fast to a good thing, and feels…lots of feels.
This is the final novel in the Off the Record series and also forms part of the wider Black Halo world. These book are intended to be read in order. and forms part of the wider Black Halo world. These books are intended to be read in order.
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Madelynne is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author. She wrote her first novel after discovering Black Lace Books in the 1990s. Having escaped the Hotel California, she dived into storytelling full-time. Her books are filled with bisexual bad boys who like to get down and dirty, and stories so angst-filled you know they’re going to hurt.
She lives in the UK near the Welsh border, where you can find her surrounded by books, drinking rapidly cooling decaf coffee, and listening to loud music. Her family still haven’t grasped that noise-cancelling headphones really do mean she can’t hear them.