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Feeling the Rhythm Brad Delfini once had the world in his hands, but misfortune and bad decisions showed him just how quickly the spotlight can go dark For years, he was struggling to get by, when a fateful phone call brought him to famed rock band, Conquest Since becoming their drummer, he s hit the top of fame again and he has all he could ever want Except for one thing As Conquest s world tour draws to the close, that missed chance leaves him filled with regretsRemmy Laurent has been a roadie since he graduated high school, but years of being on the move have worn him down He decides it s time to quit and bring some stability into his life He just wanted to finish out this one last tour with his favorite band Conquest It hasn t been an easy tour, for many reasons, but most of all because no matter how hard he tried to deny it, he lost his heart to a man who he thinks barely knows he existsWhen the last concert is played, Brad and Remmy both believe they ll never see each other again, but a little friendly intervention brings them together once As they begin to know each other in a whole new way, Brad must somehow make peace with his past if he and Remmy are going to have a future

10 thoughts on “Feeling the Rhythm

  1. says:

    The 7th installment of the Conquest series is FINALLY Brad s story was about time As Conquest s world tour draws to the close, a missed chance leaves the sexy drummer Brad Delfini filled with regrets He feels attracted to Remmy Laurent, the head roadie of his band bu

  2. says:

    I knew Brad and Remmy s story would be awesomeand it was Brad and Remmy are so much alike, both really good, kind, gentle souls and loving menand so perfect for each other It was good to finally get a look at Brad s past and find out why he suppressed who he is, and t

  3. says:

    Is it just me that can t get enough of this series I like reading about rock stars in general and this book def falls into that catagory When the guys all get together your whole body just perks up and you can t turn the pages fast enough with wanting to know what s go

  4. says:

    Review posted at The Armchair Reader.I ve been waiting for Brad s book in the Conquest series for a long time now I even talked to SJ Frost about it, asking please would she write Brad s story too And while I really like Brad and Remmy is cute, something about this book

  5. says:

    Finally, the lone single guy from Conquest is revealing his own story and his journey to love isn t easier than the rest of his band mates Conquest laidback drummer Brad Delfini has had bad decisions in the past that he d rather forget and keep buried He was struggling a

  6. says:

    While this isn t the final book in the series it does wrap up our main storylines All the boys are settled now and I am happy to see them all in their happily ever afters Brad just had to go and be difficult and hold out on reaching for what he wants Luckily for him Remmy

  7. says:

    When I first started reading the Conquest series I really didn t know what to expect, other than it being gay erotic romance set in the music industry.That and the blurb of Conquest the first book was all I knew What I discovered quite early on, when I was reading Conquest

  8. says:

    REVIEWED FOR PRISM BOOK ALLIANCE4.5 StarsFinally Brad s story The often secretive and sexy drummer from Conquest who has never been quite honest with his bandmates about who he really is When Remmy Laurent who is currently in charge of the backstage on Conquest s tour catch

  9. says:

    I generally like the Conquest universe and am sorry to say this book did not engage me like its previous instalments It might have been the very very slow start and Brad s hurtful action at least in my opinion view spoiler Remmy has just given him a thoughtful gift and Brad

  10. says:

    I have been looking forward to Brads book since he was first introduced The question of his sexuality has been mentioned throughout the series, and I was looking for answers Now they have been answered, and although I was a little disappointed in them, this book was still an

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