Guarding January

Guarding January

eBook - 2015
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"Lord January is at the top of the charts, only comes out at night, and is usually covered in blood. Say what you will, but the man knows how to put on a great show. But when the Vampire King is let out of rehab, the last thing he expects is someone forcing him to eat real food, hang out in the sun, and generally be a human being. Rye Sommers, the best bodyguard in the business, has been hired to babysit a rock star whose biggest threat surprisingly isn't all the hard drugs, desperate groupies, and crazy fans--it's Lord January himself. But the closer Rye gets, the more LJ turns into sweet, gentle, caring Jeff Smart. He may still be the super-skinny, pierced and inked genius Lord January, but he is slowly shaking his death wish as he sheds the loneliness and exhaustion his stage persona saddled him with. But as Rye falls in love with the real Jeff, he finds himself in over his head. He knows he can keep Lord January away from the drugs and the groupies, but saving Jeff might force Jeff to choose between his career as Lord January and his very life"--Back cover.
Publisher: Tallahassee, FL : Dreamspinner Press, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781632168177
Branch Call Number: Overdrive eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource (220 pages)
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Jun 20, 2015

It should have been called Guarding The Biggest Baby Ever Known to Mankind. Lord January (bka The Vampire Rock Star, aka JIm Smart or LJ, or whatever the author feels like calling him at the moment) should living it up, in the lap of luxury with his band mates, after all he is The Lord of the manor, the man of the hour, blah, blah, blah... Instead all he does is whine, bitch, moan, groan and cry about having to spew fake blood on stage and wear tight black leather clothes. In walks Rye; bodyguard, chaperone, arm chair, shower-washer and general babysitter to the man-child. Soon the two are sharing more than an interest in the Matrix trilogy and a taste for shakes. Rye gives his Baby everything and then some, and still the boy isn't happy! Whine, whine, and more whining until finally a mole heel situation which was made out to be mountainous is solved with five second phone call. But will the boy be happy even then? Feel free to read if care after reading this review. I wouldn't though.


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