- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3973 KB
- Print Length: 298 pages
- Publisher: T Gephart (8 Jun. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00Y700R9I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 30 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #33,916 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Well... that's all folks, the Power Station trilogy has come to an end, and my goodness, did it go out with an almighty bang. If the last two books were the main set, then this was one hell of an encore.
Jason Irwin is 'just' the keyboard player, and well... nobody gives a s*** about the keyboard player, right? Oh how jaded is the lovely Jason? He is respected and loved by his brothers, aka, his fellow band members and to him, they are the only family worth noting. However, there was one other who showed him what it was to feel warmth, to feel the sun on his face, but with a heavy heart, he walked away, left her alone after one night which resulted in heartbreak and bitterness.
Angie Morelli has never forgiven the boy she fell so desperately in love with one summer when she was 17, only to be used like a common whore as he burned rubber and got the hell out of town. Falling for her neighbours friend probably wasn't a wise move, you can never trust musicians to stick around and Angie got wise as the years passed, succumbing to casual hook ups as a way of keeping others at bay and her heart in a cage.
Troy has made it big, good for him, she was proud of her friend, but if she ever saw Jason Irwin again, it would be all too soon.
When Power Station run into trouble with their current support band on their American Tour, they have to find a good replacement, and quick.Read more ›
Jason Irwin is the dark horse of the band, he is a controlled man and is always the one looking after his band-mates, specifically Dan and Troy when they were in their single days.
He was struggling with some terrible demons when he came across Power Station at a gig in Canada. They saved him when they offered him a job as keyboard player, and not long after that they were famous.
In between the time of meeting the band and hitting the big time, he became very friendly with Troy's sweet and innocent, eighteen year old neighbour, Angie.
Angie Morelli learnt a valuable lesson in life when she fell in love with a man seven years her senior who then left her in the dust, and now 10 years later she is very bitter about relationships and has nothing but contempt for Jase, who she has tried so hard to forget about.
When Power Station lose their opening act, Troy comes up with the idea that Angie and her small time band could fill the gap which leads us to a love/hate relationship filled with lots of angry sex and hidden secrets that are bursting to be revealed.
Unfortunately for me, Troy Harris was hard to beat and whilst I did warm to Jase, he was a little too quiet for my tastes and Angie was a bit over the top with her bitchiness for me to fall in love with her.
Still, I do recommend this series and really love the authors writing style and look forward to discovering what else she has to offer outside of the band.
This is the third and final book in the Power Station series, but can be read as a standalone. Told in dual POV.
ARC gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review
Most Recent Customer Reviews
had to read the last book, sad, funny and happy enjoy if you have read the others. :)Published 5 months ago by Susan
Highly recommended! A really enjoyable series.
Other books which revolve around rock stars that i would recommend include, The Lost in Oblivion series, Stage Dive series,... Read more
This is my least favourite of the series there wasn't much going on really I felt the story was filled up with too much inner thoughts and feelings of the two protagonist's and not... Read morePublished 12 months ago by H.london
HmmmMmmmm another awesome read. Nice to have to story behind Jase. I don't believe in spoilers on reviews, so all I can say is download it now & you won't be disappointed 😊Published 13 months ago by Crazy Butterfly
Love the characters. Jason is steaming hot and angie is the perfect girl for him. Great overall story with plenty of laughs drama and music. Hopefully there will be more books.Published 13 months ago by midnawolf
If you are checking my reviews often, you probably already know that I love the Power Station series by T. Gephart. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Marincheto007