Readers who enjoy surprises will love this book. With twists and turns, the characters' emotions are put to the test. Dahlia has faced tragedy and readers will find themselves cheering for her. River is the epitome of the perfect boyfriend who just happens to be a humble rock god. The first person narrative makes the dialogue a bit stiff, however, this is still a compelling read. Be warned: There is a huge surprise at the story's end that will make it impossible not to pick up the next book in the series.

Dahlia was once tempted by a handsome musician in a bar, but she was a good fiancée and walked away before anything happened. When, years later, her fiancé dies, Dahlia is thrown into a deep depression. Unable to do anything but work, her boss assigns her an interview with the lead singer of the Wilde Ones, River Wilde. Dahlia is surprised when River turns out to be the stranger she flirted with years before and is certain there is no way he will remember her. River can’t believe his luck when Dahlia walks in the room — he could never forget this lovely lady. River knows that she is his soul mate, but he has to convince Dahlia that it is safe for her to love again. (INTERMIX, May, dl., $3.99)

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Eve Polak