February Stars - Wilder Irish, Book 2 by Mari Carr
Date of Publication: May 9, 2017
"No show, no contest, nothing. Nothing is more important to me than you."
Ailis Adams couldn't be more dissimilar from Hunter Maxwell. Quiet to his loud, calm to his frantic, bookish to his street smart…they have no common ground. Except for the fact that Ailis's boyfriend just ran away with Hunter's fiancée. So no one is more surprised than Ailis when a friendship flourishes. Pat's Pub's resident wallflower discovers she actually enjoys spending time with the bar's gregarious, attention-seeking musician.
When Hunter lands a spot in February Stars, his big shot at breaking into the music scene, who better to guide him than his new bestie? She's a sharp businesswoman who grew up on her famous parents' tour bus. Ailis isn't keen to leave her quiet life in Baltimore, but she knows the ins and outs of the biz, and even she grudgingly admits no one will have Hunter's back better than a friend.
However, with one impulsive kiss, everything changes. Ailis's friendly feelings toward Hunter turn to serious lust…and more. But falling for a musician isn't a good idea. Fame comes with a price, one Ailis isn't sure she's willing to pay. She's already left behind a life on the road once before, in favor of planting roots close to her family and their beloved pub. Though, her family will always be there…and four walls can't love her back…
So is home really a place? Or is it where her heart resides…with her gorgeous bad boy rock star?
About Mari Carr
Writing a book was number one on Mari Carr's bucket list and on her thirty-fourth birthday, she set out to see that goal achieved. Too many years later, her computer is jammed full of stories — novels, novellas, short stories and dead-ends and she has nearly eighty published works.
Virginia native, Mari Carr is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestseller of contemporary erotic romance novels. With over one million copies of her books sold, Mari was the winner of the Romance Writers of America's Passionate Plume award for her novella, Erotic Research.