How to Be a Rockstar’s Girlfriend

Fake date a rockstar for funsies? Not in a million years.

Fake date a rockstar to help my uncle? Where do I sign up?

When I find out I have a long-lost uncle who needs my help, I can’t get to the small town of Winter Falls fast enough.

Turns out my great uncle needs more help than I can provide. He should be in a nursing home. But the crotchety old man refuses to move anywhere.

He claims he’ll only move into a nursing home when I’m settled with a boyfriend. Sneaky man. He knows I’m on a break from men after the last one cheated on me and stole my business from me.

But then Gibson Lewis, rhythm guitarist for Cash & the Sinners, offers me a deal. He’ll pretend to be my boyfriend if I help him convince his bandmates we’re in a relationship.

I jump on the deal. I don’t care how Gibson is a bad boy who tempts my resolve to stay away from men. How I long to trace my tongue over his tattoos. Or thread my hands through his perfectly mussed up hair and wreck it.

A rockstar can’t tempt me. I’m no rockstar’s girlfriend. I’m a country girl to the core. I got this.

Spoiler alert. I don’t got this.

This fake relationship rockstar romance features a sassy mechanic who’s determined to make better choices about men but will do just about anything to help the uncle she never knew about, a flirty rockstar who refuses to accept he has a problem that can’t be solved with a flirty wink and a smile, four bandmates who are beyond skeptical that their player bandmate suddenly has a girlfriend, a whole town of hippies convinced they’re the best matchmakers this side of the Mississippi, and a crotchety old man with a heart of gold. 

How to Be a Rockstar’s Girlfriend is a standalone novel in the Cash & the Sinners series.

“What a great Rockstar Romance! There was humor, the cranky but truly wonderful uncle, and of course all of the laughter and spice. This story is about Gibson overcoming personal issues, that cause problems with Mercy. Gibson makes things right and left us with a perfect HEA, Mercy is finally truly happy! I Loved It!!!” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“Witty, Wonderful, Characters with Heat and Heart – Could Not Put Down! All of the characters are well written with depth and humor and I laughed and cried right along with them.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“This one is a hoot! Love Gibson and Mercy. Relationship goals right there. Uncle Mercury had me laughing out loud. Highly recommend reading this book and the whole series.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Wow what a great book, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed reading this series and every book just gets better. This is a brilliant book” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“Loved it! A read-all-at-once book!” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I loved this book. Mercy is spunky and sassy and her uncle Mercury is a hoot. I enjoyed how Gibson grows and changes throughout the book as well as the family support of his found family. I love this quirky town.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Another fantastic read by one of my favorite authors! I loved Mercy’s sassiness, her independence, and her soft heart. She was a perfect match for Gibson. I always enjoy seeing how hard and fast these rockers fall for their girls! If you enjoy a fast-paced, interesting storyline filled with witty dialogue, this book and series is for you!” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“I’m Gibson Lewis, remember? I told you who I was when we met. Didn’t you google me?”

Mercy rears back. “Google you? Why the hell would I google you?”

“To figure out who I am.”

“Why? Are you some famous stalker?”

“Stalker? Me?”

“You’re the one who keeps insisting I google you. What do you expect me to think?”

“I didn’t expect you to think I’m a stalker.” I clear my throat. “Let’s start over.” She doesn’t respond so I rush to continue. “Hi, Mercy. I’m Gibson. It’s lovely to meet you.”

We shake hands. “You’re weird.”

“I’m not used to introducing myself to people.”

“Oh, are you a hermit? Is it scary for you to be amongst this many people?”

“I’m not a damn hermit,” I growl.

She shrugs and I watch as her breasts jiggle with the movement. My fingers tingle to touch her, to knead her breasts, to pinch her nipples until she’s crying my name.

She snaps her fingers in my face. “My eyes are up here.”


She snorts. “You’re not sorry.”

I grin. I’m not.

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