Managing the Rock Star
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Managing the Rock Star by Emma St. Clair

01/06/2020
He was her bad boy rock star crush. Now he's her boss. Keeping it professional should be no problem. Right? Sterling James is a rock star with the bad boy reputation you'd expect. That negative image needs to go if he wants to keep his career on the map. But hiring a gorgeous, feisty strategist is more distraction than help. Especially when they're sharing the confines of his tour bus. Reese is a successful social media strategist but fixing the PR mess of her teenage crush might be too much. After a rocky start, Reese needs to keep the boundaries between them clear. Even when her feelings are anything BUT professional. When Sterling's private family problems come to a head at the same time as a PR nightmare, both Reese and Sterling will have a crisis of faith and a choice to make: career or love? * * * This bad boy sweet romance is free from language and sexual content, has mild Christian themes and a happy ever after! This is book one of the Not So Bad Boys Sweet Romance series! Book One: Managing the Rock Star Book Two: Forgiving the Football Player Book Three: Winning the Cowboy Book Four: Falling for the Cowboy's Twin Download and start the series today!
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