A Something in Common novellaDel Jenkins prefers to be aloneor so he tells himself until his younger brothers try to make him a playdate with bookstore owner Harper Hillman. Dels brothers just want him to make a new friend, but there is no way he can be friends with Harper. Not unless Harpers definition of friends includes jumping…
Niall Hilton cringes whenever he hears music from a group that used to be his favourite until after their second album. In his opinion Roarke McBride—the band's lead singer and songwriter—is to blame for the loss of rhythm that had made the band great. When a friend brings the singer into his home Niall is irritated by the intrusion and lets Roarke know his opinion on his music. The singer surprises him with a performance of his latest hits, which to Niall's shock he actually enjoys. He's stumped as to why. Although Niall plans not to see Roarke again, the musician is determined to change his mind. As he gets to know him, Niall is drawn beyond the persona of Roarke the superstar to the man—who is interesting and aggravating.
Roarke McBride is used to some people not enjoying his music and is usually able to shrug it off. Niall's creations from his CD's make him laugh thinking it's a trick until Niall opens his mouth and insults him. Instead of taking it in stride as his norm Roarke is furious, at first. By the next day his thoughts are clear—Niall might hate his music but Roarke is determined to make the stunning man his. Niall was snarky, rude and blunt but as he gets to know him Roarke sees he would stand by his side and weather anything with him. In order for Niall and he to meld they will need to combine their…opposing rhythms.
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
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