Pat Twain is beyond tired. She is a
rock singer who is just about done with her current tour,
but that isn’t the entire reason. Pat does not take
anything for granted and therefore has her hands on every
little detail concerning her band, the tour, the albums; you
name it, Pat knows about it. Now she has to find a new
manager because she found the old one in bed with someone
else—yep they were lovers. No wonder she is ready for a
Geoff Danheiser is a bass player in
Pat’s band and he’s also a songwriter. He has been with Pat
for years. He knows that something is up when Pat leaves
after their last concert of the tour. Actually, he knows
exactly what is up as he as wanted Pat to see him as
something other than a pal. Now is his chance and Geoff
isn’t going to let it go by. Geoff knows just what will
take some of the stress off of Pat.
A surprise invitation to a night of
dinner and dancing after the show—or so Pat believes—leads
to a night neither she nor Geoff will forget anytime soon.
Geoff’s passion ignites Pat’s and he shows her that
sometimes the best thing is to give up control.
One hurt and stressed out rock star is
about to find out how to give and take in Promises in
the Dark. Pat just needs some time to figure out
what to do next. Geoff wants to help Pat with more than
writing songs and playing a guitar. I loved how Geoff
decided to take matters into his hands and prepared a night
that Pat would never forget. Their night of exploration was
very hot and erotic while still being loving. I also
enjoyed the brief glimpse of their future. Promises
in the Dark is a rocking love story with just a
touch of the exotic to keep you reading.