Kindle Edition, 251 pages
Expected publication: March 14th 2017 by Show n'ot Tell Publishing
Natalie Scott's life is simple with no strings attached. As a band photographer, she's made metal music her life, and life on tour means no relationships.
At least not ones that last and that's the way she likes it.
She only has one rule.
Don't date or otherwise screw around with the client.
But she never said anything about love.
Brent Andrews knows Natalie's rules.
And he's about to make sure he's an exception to them.
All of them.
Even ones she didn't know she had.
I devoured Behind the Lens. The characters in the band were realistic. They were truly best friends who fought, argued, played, and laughed while traveling around the country and playing with music. Natalie has rules that she makes her self follow after getting burned with one of bands she traveled with. Brent has taken it upon himself to break all those rules but he is breaking them for the right reasons.
The attraction between Natalie and Brent is undeniable. Yet, it takes some time for them to admit it. I enjoyed that they didn’t quickly fall in love, fall in lust, or just fall. They worked through their relationship; they struggled to find a way to be together without pushing all the boundaries that Natalie set for herself. I also liked that Brent didn’t let her rules get in the way of them being together. He could tell when he should push her, when to comfort her, and when to just get out of her way.
This is the second book in the Boys of Fallout series but each book is its own story. Each book is a different band member’s story. I definitely recommend picking them up and reading each one.
Check out book one in the Boys of Fallout series HERE