There are many who dream of fame. Many more dream of Marshall Jones, Project Viper’s irresistible frontman. Alexandra gets a shot at both, millions of admirers and the hotshot singer’s heart, but nothing ever comes for free. She loses everything to land a spot with Project Viper as their new bassist— Hold it. Alexandra’s a singer who’s never held a bass guitar in her life. Alone and reeling from a tragedy that altered her whole life, she’s desperate for a fresh start and a new family. Mastering the bass and impressing five hardcore rockers, all in only six months, is doable. Really. And it’s okay that Marshall absolutely hates her. No big deal at all. Only it is. Of course it is. Marshall’s sultry green eyes and brooding, reluctant curiosity ignite heart-stopping sparks whenever their glances collide. But sparks won’t stop Marshall from forcing Alexandra out of his band family. She’s inexperienced, maddening, hair black as midnight, lips sweet as— Whatever she is, for the good of Project Viper, Alexandra must leave. If he has to break her heart to make her gone, so be it. The joke’s on him though. There’s nothing left to break, and Alexandra’s left with no other choice than to aim for the impossible—tame the unreasonable singer and win her place with the band.