Saturday, July 25, 2015

Review of Bound by Song (Cauld Ane #4) by Tracey Jane Jackson

Maximilian MacMillan is brooding, mysterious, and drop-dead gorgeous. He's also the lead singer of the most popular and successful band in the world. His ability to weave a fantasy in lyrics offers him anything he desires. When he meets his mate backstage at one of his concerts, he expects she will fall into his arms and thank him for being hers. She doesn’t. 

After a family vacation to Scotland, Grace Wilson returns to the United States just in time to lose her job and break up with her boyfriend. When the lead singer of a famous band sends her an invitation to their concert…all expenses paid and V.I.P. treatment all the way…she is unprepared for the lengths the man will go to in order to meet her...or how much he keeps hidden from her. 

As Max works to prove his devotion to Grace, will she put aside the rumors and gossip that surround him, and trust him? 
Will Max come to terms with his past and finally open up to Grace? 

Overall Rating: 5 Rockin’ ★★★★

He is a rock star that has lived for centuries and holds a dark secret hidden deep inside.  She is his mate, the one woman he has waited for to complete him.  Sounds like the perfect scene for an immediate HEA! In this the fourth book in Tracey Jane Jackson’s Cauld Ane Series, we are once again drawn into the immortal world of the ‘Cold Ones’.  
Maximilian MacMillan is use to adoration and women falling at his feet, so when he meets his mate, he expected nothing less. The only problem is Grace is human, has a boyfriend, and she has not reached her twenty-fifth birthday.  That is the age when all Cauld Ane can recognize their mates. Plus Max has to convince her to give him a chance.  Her impression of him is not all that good and with the added media chatter about him being a man whore, he really has his work cut out.

Grace Wilson however, is immune to his gifts and even though she is attracted to the talented musician, she keeps him at arm’s length.   How can this rock god possible like, an ordinary girl like her?  She is a good girl, believes in God and well Max is not sure about what he believes in. Can these two very different people find a way to overcome their issues? The more time Grace spends with Max, the more he opens up and shares the real man behind his rock star mask!

Once again Ms. Jackson weaves a tale of immortal beings and humans finding their way to forever love! I cannot wait to read the next book in this series.

Hero: Maximilian MacMillan 5 stars 
Heroine: Grace Wilson 5 stars 
Steam: 5 stars 
Plot: 5 stars 
Cliffhanger: No

***Received an ARC of this book from the Author in exchange for an honest review***

 Buy Links:  Amazon US/Barnes and Noble

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