Lucky Moon


Can’t forget the boy he left behind. Can’t seem to win the respect of the man he’s crazy about. Shane Ventura might be rich and famous…but his love life is a disaster waiting to happen.

Eleven years ago, Shane Ventura made the biggest mistake of his life.

He caved in to pressure from his record label to kick his best friend, Jesse Seider, out of their band, Luck. To this day, Shane has never wanted anyone more, and all the sex, drugs, and rock n roll can’t fill the void Jesse left behind. Not even the prospect of teaming up with Britain’s hottest band, Moonlight, for a massive world tour can get him out of his funk.

Then he meets lead singer Kayden Berlin and falls into instant lust.

Kayden may act like he’s not interested, but Shane knows he feels the spark between them. Yet the harder Shane pushes, the more Kayden pulls away, until one explosive night leaves Shane with a broken heart. That seems to be his lot—lucky at everything but love.

Shane still has one lesson left to learn: when it comes to love, you can’t always leave things to chance

The fans, the fame, the money… none of that made Nick Ventura Happy. Maybe hitting the bottom was the best thing that could’ve happened to him.

Okay. He may have been partying a little too hard… but it’s not that bad right? At least that’s what Nick keeps telling himself until his spiral ends with him crashing his car into a department store window. He’s publicly humiliated and only his top-notch legal team can keep him from doing jail time. Instead, he’s on his way to a court-ordered rehab facility.

Which is… less than awesome.

But then he meets Luka, the facility’s nutritionist. Luka is flamboyant, effeminate, and sunshiny sweet. He’s the kind of guy Nick would usually sneer at. But his sunny side hides depth and his own set of problems. Nick is fascinated by Luka and very attracted to him. He’s worried about what’s going to happen when he goes home and Luka no longer has to see him.

Nick never needed anyone until Luka came into his life. Now he has to reconcile his careless past with the future he suddenly wants more than anything. The first lesson he has to learn once he’s back out in the world is how to become the man both he and Luka need to him to be, rather than the stay the boy he was.


One night between them would never be enough…

Moonlight. Luck. Two massive bands with huge international followings. One epic, historic collaboration.

Should be a no brainer, right? And it would be. For sure.

Except Moonlight drummer Surya Patel slept with Luck’s manager during their combined tour last summer and then bolted in the dead of night.

Not exactly cool, he knows, and he’s regretted it ever since. Surya’s also been avoiding his proximity ever since. For obvious reasons.

Of course when the label sends someone to talk Surya into cooperating, it’s Em, the manager, the one night stand… the guy who’s caused Surya months and months of regret.

Em is frustratingly professional. Charming. Gorgeous. He drives Surya wild. It doesn’t take Surya long to realize what they had was far, far more than sex. The heat between him and Em burns too brightly. Surya will never be satisfied with just one night.

He wants forever.

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