Managing the Rock Star by Emma St. Clair
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!
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 PagesIn simple words, the novel penned by a Christian worldview, a way of viewing the world separated through the facts shown in the Bible, is called Christian books. It implies a sovereign God who made everyone and everything; it believes we are responsible to God for our decisions, promises, and activities; it feels we require forgiveness and redemption and that it comes only through the person of Jesus Christ. There are two types of Christian Books: Christian fiction Christian fiction books are those books that overtly display elements of Christianity in the story, mixing things like prayer, conversion, church. Christian non-fiction Christian non-fiction is normally overt in its use of Biblical beliefs to explain an appropriate subject.
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