Author M.J. Roberts is revealing an excerpt from ROCK ME, the fifth book in the adult contemporary rock star romance series, Chord Brothers, releasing August 3, 2021. See below for information on the book and series, preorder links, and the exclusive excerpt.
About the Book
Title: ROCK ME
Series: Chord Brothers Series #5
Author: M.J. Roberts
Publisher: Eminent Press
Release Date: August 3, 2021
Genre: Adult Contemporary Rock Star Romance
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Betrayed by his family after serving time for a crime he didn’t commit, Spider’s angry at the world. The only solace he finds is playing his guitar. He’s fine, he’s good, and if anyone dares suggest otherwise, he’ll pull his knife on you, just to prove a point.
Maria’s devoted to her family and her dream. But when she’s forced to hide from some bad guys intent on torturing her for information she doesn’t possess, she’s forced to run — straight into Spider’s arms.
They’re on the road with the tour that will make or break Spider’s career — and his heart.
Maria’s cooking again. She’s wearing a tan tank top that fits her like a second skin. She’s kneading dough. She’s not putting any muscle into it though.
“At that rate, it’s going to take you all afternoon.” I push off the side of my bunk and stand close behind her. “First of all, you need more flour on your hands.”
I rub more flour on her palms and her breath catches.
“You’re going to teach me how to cook?”
I place my hands on top of hers. Like every time we’re close, sexual tension springs up between us.
“First,” I say, “you start from the side farthest away.” My head was to the right of hers, but I move it to the other side and place my lips a hair’s breadth from the shell of her ear. “Then you bring that closer and closer to you.” I take our joined hands and push hard into the center of the dough. “Heel of the palm. Don’t be afraid to be rough. Put some force behind it.”
I don’t think she realizes it, but her rib cage lifts slightly, like she’s offering her breasts up to me.
“That’s it,” I say. “Out and back.”
“Mmnn,” she says.
I let my lips touch the back of her ear. “You have to use your whole body weight. Lean into it. Yeah. Just like that.” My voice sounds like sandpaper and whiskey. I barely recognize it, but it doesn’t surpise me. Maria does that to me.
Maria presses her ass back against my crotch and I bite back a moan.
“You have to work it until it’s soft. Pliant.”
We knead the bread together, and the rhythmic push reminds me of exactly what I want to do to her. Maria feels it, too, if the way her head lolls back against me is any indication.
“You like that, querida?”
She shakes her head.
“Your body says otherwise.”
I want to sweep everything off the counter and lift Maria up onto it.
“I think I got it now,” she says.
“Huh?” I’m too much in a fog to understand what she’s saying. I picture releasing her hands and holding her around her waist, sliding my hands up to cup her breasts.
“I got it, Spider. You can let go now.”
I blink. Maria elbows me gently in the side of my waist. I step back. Maria gives the dough a few vicious pounds with the side of her fist and then molds it into a disposable bread pan.
“This will be delicious,” she says.
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About the Author
M. J. Roberts is a writer, editor, and teacher – with more than two million copies of her stories in circulation worldwide, Roberts is well loved for creating characters who feel as real as your most cherished friends. Roberts works to diligently to create believable, lovable characters, witty dialogue, prose ripe with metaphor, exciting plot twists, action that keeps you on the edge of your seat, and romance scenes that sizzle.
Roberts is a multiple award-winning author including first place in the prestigious Summer Lovin’ Romance Literary Contest 2015 for the novel Risk Your Heart.
Roberts also writes under the pen name Natasha Action. Roberts is originally from New York but lives in the southern United States for the purpose of endless comic material.
She’s married to a professional musician (A.K.A. The Rock and Roll God) because she is too busy tormenting imaginary characters and counting her blessing to pursue her longtime dream of Rock n’ Roll stardom herself.