A chance meeting with the drummer of Black Lilith, a hot new band getting ready for its first international tour, sends Mikayla careening out of her comfort zone and into a world of sex, drugs, and rock n roll. She goes from overqualified barista to overqualified PA overnight, and even though the band’s lead singer, Logan Todd, pushes all of her buttons, Mikayla thinks she might just be able to make this new job work for her.
But Black Lilith isn’t as tightknit as they seem in interviews. As Mikayla gets to know the four band members better, a web of lies and heartbreak begins to show itself. Between fans with knives, fights in hotel corridors, and the band’s very strict ‘no dating PAs’ rule, Mikayla’s growing attraction to Logan Todd may be the least of her problems. At this rate, she’ll be lucky if she makes it to the end of the tour…
I loved this book. The story itself was great, but add to it the little nuances of each character and it made Black Lilith so much better. For example, the dialog and interaction between characters when it was revealed that Mikayla was a new hire and not a groupie was pretty funny. The overall dynamic between characters is awesome. They all come across as a tight nit bunch and there is no effort in believing that they are as close as a family as you can get. I can close my eyes and picture them all in my mind’s eye. The descriptions of each character was so detailed that I could easily envision each one with ease.
If you want a good rock n’ roll love story, then Black Lilith is a great book for you.